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Old 09-27-2018   #1
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Mouldy nectarine - all the others were fine. Focus stacks using zerene.

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Great shots, interesting subject!
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The visual texture of the filamentary stalks and the shiny round black and white spore heads look cool at this magnification. At normal magnification, not so much.
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The visual texture of the filamentary stalks and the shiny round black and white spore heads look cool at this magnification. At normal magnification, not so much.
Thanks for the comments Scoundrel - yes does look more interesting at higher mag.

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Wonderful captures!
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Thanks for the comments Scoundrel - yes does look more interesting at higher mag.

The less-magnified versions are also interesting, but if you had backed up enough for the field of view to encompass the whole fruit, the effect would most likely have been disgusting.
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Great shots Brian.


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