Deep in the Redwood Forest V.

Posted by
Craig (Vacaville, California, United States) on 27 March 2008 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

Butano Redwood State Park (California).

The message below is from our friend Behrooz of BSurprised in memory of Sir Arthur C Clarke who passed away yesterday:

I would like to dedicate a day, let's say the last day of this month March 31th, to his memory, so I decided to suggest a theme for the day.

** Clarke's Day **
Dare to dream, let your imagination run wild, show us that impossible is merely a word in the dictionary. Take an element from his dreams, or yours, and make a picture. It can simply be a sign with the number 2001 on it or a picture of a UFO, but I'm not suggesting anything. It's up to you, my friend.

In case you are interested, please copy this text to your photoblog to spread the word.
Thank you

SONY DSC-H9 1/6 second F/4.5 ISO 80 6 mm

Zing from Hamilton, New Zealand

Nice angle, great shot!

27 Mar 2008 5:01am

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

A lovely composition and beautiful green shot from an interesting angle.

27 Mar 2008 6:35am

Satrajit from Delhi, India

I think there are more than 20 shades of green in those leaves..gr8

27 Mar 2008 7:17am

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Oh My God, there's a 4clover leaf, Oh my we will all be blessed with great luck today, Yé Craig!!!

27 Mar 2008 10:45am

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

Wonderful angle and colours in this shot Craig, at first I thought they were little shamrock, but on second look I noticed that there were little daisy type flowers flowers. A wonderful find in the forest.

27 Mar 2008 10:47am

e. from New York, NY, United States

Beautiful angle. Did you try to look for four leaf clovers? :)

27 Mar 2008 11:21am

@e.: No, I was too busy photographing the three leaf clovers! Thanks for all your comments e.

vu@granby - Wolfgang from Granby, Quebec, Canada

More of the forest floor. It must smell really nice there!

27 Mar 2008 1:30pm

Viewfinder from Bradenton, United States

Beautiful.

27 Mar 2008 3:52pm

danthro from Suburbia, United States

beautiful! they look like magical giant clovers ;)

27 Mar 2008 4:19pm

MJ from Delaware, United States

lovely green... and is that a Flower I see.....

27 Mar 2008 5:47pm

@MJ: Yes, little ones! Thanks for all your comments MJ!

Ina from Krugersdorp, South Africa

Like the angle here, nice one :)

27 Mar 2008 6:17pm

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

Great capture. I like the fish-eye effect. Well done.

27 Mar 2008 8:10pm

Michael from Wuppertal, Germany

Beautifully view!

27 Mar 2008 8:16pm

Betty from United States

Really nice, Craig!

27 Mar 2008 9:56pm

bronzebilly u.k. from Barry,Vale of Glamorgan, United Kingdom

Superbly lit image Craig..I particularly like the detail of the fern on the forest floor..nice work..
Billy...

27 Mar 2008 11:42pm

amy from Rocky Mountain House, Canada

Way cool fish eye type shot... or is it a fish eye lens? Really love that around the world look (at least it is to me..LOL) The more I look the more I'm really falling into the whole image.

28 Mar 2008 1:22am

@amy: I used a .45X wide angle converter. Thanks for your comments Amy!

Martine Lapointe from Québec, Canada

I'm sure for the genus Oxalis. I looked in plants database in Oregon and it seems to be Oxalis oregana! We can see the Sequoia foliage on the ground. Interessant botanical capture...for me! Thanks a lot :-)

28 Mar 2008 2:04am

@Martine Lapointe: Thanks for the plant identification! Glad you like the photo! Your comments are always appreciated Martine!

Nina from Hamburg, Germany

Wonderful capture.

28 Mar 2008 3:38am

SONY DSC-H9
1/6 second
F/4.5
ISO 80
6 mm