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As promised..another #mushroom!
This one looked awesome and I nearly missed it, since its diameter was only 3-4 cm and it blended well into the forest ground.
Since some people asked about the making of these macros, I added one of the photos that shows just how small the focus area is. I needed f2.8 here to blur out the background so I needed ~25 pics stacked together for the final result. The magnification is 1:1.
Wishing you all the best! 🙂
I feel the best way immutable #Linux operating systems like (the excellent) #Fedora #Silverblue can get over the remaining usability issues is if they make a conscious decision to forget that they are immutable operating systems.
What are the defaults you would implement if you weren’t allowed to tell people it was immutable?
(e.g., Have the default terminal open in a mutable container & a separate command to launch an advanced “admin” console for layering, etc.)
Sounds computerish 💻Refusing to write a coherent biography 😎Picture of a bird asking me for bread 🕊Refusing to prove I’m a real human 🤖He 🤷♂️ him
Current mood: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVUDq6mnT8E
Previous mood: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6qOea0ZOK0
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