Hmm, I'm still skeptical.
I took a couple pictures of a recently transplanted D. intermedia "Cuba" that looks younger than Cindy's, but you can see the leaf shape is almost exactly the same.
Here they are compared:
With D. nidiformis, you're be able to see the dip/bowing no matter what the...
Doesn't D. nidiformis have more of a flat top the leaf and not a slightly pointed tip? It also has a dip in the leaf most of the time and I don't see that in pic #3.
I also find that young D. rotundifolia plants have much wider lamina than pic #4, such as the one in this pic found on Google...
Thanks for voting Peatmoss. :)
@Drew: That's strange. Both links work for me. ???
@RBall: That's definitely a great idea, but very time consuming. I only had 9 periods to do it and I started and completed it in one day before the due date because of certain problems before hand. Sorry...
Sorry I haven't been very active on the forums lately.
I made this poster in school for a contest from Adobe. They call it "Adobe Youth Voices". The idea is to make a poster, video, poem, song, etc. of something that matters to you. I chose environmental destruction. By...
I haven't been up to much photography for a little while because of exams, but here is one I snapped of my friend's cat. The iso was very high (I think 3200) and I dodged a lot of shadows under his eyes and such. I also cropped it, sharpened it a very small amount, and...
As requested, sir:
This one also had a lot of dust, but I was too lazy to get rid of it. It would also have been to a little too tricky I think, since most of the stuff is in focus.
I don't like this one quite as much because the background is not as nice and I...
Thanks. I had to take so many pictures to get this one that was focused well on the "Tokina" and was clear.
Also, I kind of copied your idea with the reflection underneath. :blush: Hope that's okay, lol.
Edit: Ohhh, neat. Thanks for the link.