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Marvelling the Mushroom Series – portobello mushroom gills
Toronto Ontario Canada
Featured in:Shapes and Patterns July 2011Superbly Visual July 2011
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Gardener and photographer exploring the magic and wonder of plants and gardens in the natural world and the abstract art in the everyday decays around us. All photographs are © copyrighted and owned by Marilyn Cornwell.
Marilyn, this is a wonderful natural abstract!! Love it!
Thanks so much Tibby! I appreciate it.
– Marilyn Cornwell
Wow! Marilyn…really excellent macro!! Wonderful title too!!
Thanks for your great comment!
great shot and detail
Thanks so much – I appreciate it!
Thanks Barbara – it’s amazing in there, isn’t it?
Beautiful work, Marilyn!
Thanks so much Dot – I appreciate your kind comment!
Wow…this is magnificent, Marilyn…all those squiggly lines in a mushroom..love it.
Thanks so much Lynne – isn’t it so great what there is in a mushroom!
Congratulations, Marilyn! You’ve been featured in Abstract Lines on July 2, 2011!
There’s a dam I’ve viewed over the course of many years just over a mile from where I live. On one side is churning, roaring chaos, on the other is calm, undisturbed flow. This shot captures that imagery with startling truth – I feel wholly comfortable comparing the motion of this mushroom to that of a large body of water. Excellent work, Marilyn.
Thanks so much Richard – it’s amazing how and where forms are repeated. It’s so wonderful that you see this water imagery too!
Very cool, I love this!
Thanks so much Jeannine, I appreciate your comment!
fabulous shot! I thought they were noodles of some kind!!!
Thanks so much Evelyn – it makes me think I should look at noodles…