|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
This little fern is called "Maidenhair spleenwort" (Asplenium trichomanes), which is living in the whole boreal region (Europe, Asia, North America) + in South Australia and New Zealand. It likes cooler and wet climate. Common on the Northern side of hills (at least here).
I know the photo could have been a bit sharper. The original file was sharp enough, but I haven't managed to re-size it really well - and I don't know why (usually I'm able to do it with PS).
Most probably it's a better theme for 3D than to "normal" photo, so as a WS I uploaded the anaglyphe version. Check it out if You have red-green or red-blue glasses - by my opinion the image is better in that form.
Thanx for stopping by and Your comments.
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- [2008-04-07 11:36]
I find this here picture a lot better than your WS, perhaps to much colour in the leaves.
This picture here show us the real colour and nice natural see.
Light and composition are very well.
Thanks for sharing.
Fine details in this small fern!
I like the wider angle, including some of the surroundings to show where the plant grows...
Good colours and a nice presentation!
Hello Laszlo. This is wonderful capture of nature. Nice green foliage with rock formation. The plant is well captured under bright light. Good sharpness and well written note. Regards. Jusni
p/s: Thanks for making my image your favorite.
- [2009-06-17 20:50]
excellent lighting on the maidenhair.
Nice natural looks and the fern is exquisite in its name - maidenhair.