Linda Grashoff's Photography Adventures

Downriver Walk 2015—Still More Leptothrix discophora

November 9, 2015

Sometimes a Leptothrix discophora film can look colorful but very shear, very translucent. Why? I don’t know. (For that matter, I don’t know why some of the L. discophora films look opaque.) The first photo shows what I mean. The other four photographs show a film where much or all of the water has run out from underneath it as the river recedes from the bank so that the film rests on rocks or soil.

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09182015 Schoepfle Garden-109

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2 responses

  1. I love the second and fourth photos – so well done.


    November 14, 2015 at 10:13 PM

    • Thanks, Lynn. Glad they appeal to you. I keep telling people: You have to see these things for yourself! But Leptothrix discophora films are often elusive; you have to know when and where to look, and even how to look.


      November 15, 2015 at 1:50 PM

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