Do Not Take The Brown Acid ...

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  1. Mohain

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    ... Or your cauliflowers might look like this :confused:

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    If anyone doesn't know or is interested this is a Romanesco Cauliflower.

    TFL :mrgreen:

    Mohain
     
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    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    That is psychedelic...I would have guess it was some sort of coral. Great photos of it, b.t.w.
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    me too.... looks very shell/coral like..... cool shots mo :thumbup:
     
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    Looked like a microscopic image or a 3d generation very cool :)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Wonderful contrasts. I love the light in #1!!!
    I saw it was a Romanesco Cauliflower at once, but your second and last photo here are taken in such an interesting manner that you really make it look like a coral. Interesting!
     
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    Somebody else said it looked like a coral too. Thanks for the comments :mrgreen:
     
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    very cool, looks like a fractal. How was the lighting done? f-number?

    thks, Danny
     
  8. Mohain

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    Thanks scheffer. Yes, very fractalesque! Lighting was with halogen spots and fill light was my beside table lamp (soft scattered light) ;)

    F-stop on 1 was f32, the other two were at f22. Kenko extention tubes and Canon 135mm for the first & 50mm for the other two.
     
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    Don't tell me what to do! :mrgreen:

    I really like the textures and tones.
     
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    The brown acid is bad ...

    ;)
     
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    Oops, too late ;).
    Another great b&w. Really brings out the structure in these alien cauliflowers.
     
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    this rocks !!

    I really like the intricate detail and the tones used realllly capture them well....

    It has almost a scientific/documentary feel to it, but in a cutting edge awsome way...
     

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