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obsessed1

I really like how you presented your fossils Cpt. Nemo so I gave it a try......

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Kosmoceras

These are really really good! I love the ammonites, lovely background!

Best wishes,

Thomas.

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Kehbe

I really like how you presented your fossils Cpt. Nemo so I gave it a try......

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This kind of looks oddly interesting. I can't seem to quit looking at it and it looks kind of surreal or something, I can't quite explain it! It's almost like there is this big ol' tooth standing out there in the field beside you and it just looks, well, odd I guess! Anyone else see it? I like it very much but I like it because it is different! :) Keep up the good work! :)

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jpc

Super joli.

Nice work Capt Nemo. I'm gonna try it with a topo map as background...someday.

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Cpt. Nemo

Thanks all and congratulation for Obsessed1 and is image !

Some others:

Carachorodon megalodon:

megalodon-anvers.jpg

megalodon-matle-2.jpg

Scutella:

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Cidaris:

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And a micraster, heart of seas offered to my fiancée (girlfriend):

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Kosmoceras

More lovely ones! Great work! :)

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Cpt. Nemo

Thanks !

The last one:

coquilles-oligocene.jpg

Palaeolodus bird egg shell disponible for exchange.

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Herb

Very well done pictures!

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dragonsfly

Inspiration ! I aspire to become more Nemoid !

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masonboro37

You are certainly showing great passion for your fossils. Enjoyed your post!

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Cpt. Nemo

Thanks to you!

Yes, fossils are a passion and I like adding an aesthetic and romantic touch by the photography. Here is my last realization, for two molars of Megantereon:

megantereon.jpg

This photography allows at the same time to present the animal and to give an indication onto the geographical origin of the fossil (China).

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masonboro37

Thanks to you!

Yes, fossils are a passion and I like adding an aesthetic and romantic touch by the photography. Here is my last realization, for two molars of Megantereon:

megantereon.jpg

This photography allows at the same time to present the animal and to give an indication onto the geographical origin of the fossil (China).

I enjoy how you are able to capture the story behind the fossil in your pictures. Almost as though words are not needed. One must use their cognative skills to see the entire presentation.Very nice!

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astron

Thanks you !

The last photo for my site must give a luxury sensation because these fossil are very, very rare... Why ? Because they are in opal !

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If you like these rarities I propose one in the exchange on the forum.

Perfect B)

Original captain, I'd say :ninja:

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Cpt. Nemo

Thank you!

Here is a nautilus:

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masonboro37

Thank you!

Here is a nautilus:

nautile-du-jurassique_3454014-L.jpg

You have been busy with photographic poetry of your fossils. Thanks for sharing this beauty.

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geologistintx

original, it's good to see using fossils in such a creative way

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Cpt. Nemo

Another style. With an ammonite found yesterday:

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snolly50

Would you post a little about the equipment you employ? Camera and lighting technique? Thank you.

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Cpt. Nemo

With just a camera and photoshop.

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Nothos

WOW I'm absolute fan ! Especially the pics with Ammonites and the old plate behind ! I love the idea.

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rejd

Great work. I really enjoyed seeing them all. I may try that technic as well.

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Cpt. Nemo

At the same teaching style:

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dent-de-deltadromeus-agilis-du-cretace-d

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onchopristis-poisson-scie-geant-du-creta

And in a baroque style:

ammonite-en-pyrite-amaltheus-margaritatu

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bmorefossil

I love these! Not only are they beautifully done but they are also informative and could be used along displays.

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KansasFossilHunter

These are so cool! Really provides a great context.

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Canadawest

Neat stuff. I really like the use of plates from old books, maps. You are quite inspirational. I'm going have to give this a try... It will be a fun project on a cold winter day. Another excuse to play with fossils

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