Another one of my ‘guess what this is’ Lithops shots! Again, this is a special green/yellow form. Rather unusually, however, the plant ‘leaves’ on this specimen are pretty large for a Lithops, since this plant is rather old: my father received it in the 1960s from the original discoverer, and has been growing it ever since!
Lithops lesliei f. albinica detail
Same technique as before; interesting that the cell details on this one only appear in the darker greens and not the lighter colours. I cloned out some of the surface debris to tidy up the shot a little, but left some grains of sand in the ‘mouth area’ to suggest fish food! 🙂
Stack of 10 frames
Nikon D3S/200f4micro/cpl/68mm extension
ISO 200 1/2 f/16