First Layer

Good Morning All
My first layer looks quite strange and i have no idea why. I am trying to get a very good looking print with details however the first layer is not going down flat and smooth. I seems to show some flow problems? is it because of my settings?If someone could point me in the right direction as to fix it I would really appreciate it. My settings are as follow:
Nozzle size o.6
layer 0.24
line 0.4
temp 205
bed 50
speed 40
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I don’t print with a 0.6mm nozzle but to start try the following
Speed: 25
Temp: 210-215c
Bed: 60
We will assume that you have a good bed level.

You will save time by printing some 30x30 squares 1 layer high. These will print pretty fast, make adjustments and print another one.

In addition to the 30mm squares, you might consider switching to a 0.4mm nozzle. The printer has to work harder to keep up with the a 0.6mm nozzle.

Looking at the extreme closeup of the photo (thanks for posting a high res photo), it looks like your nozzle might be a little too close to the bed. This is where the 30mm squares come in really handy. If you haven’t yet, please watch this video: [U]Best method for 3D printer bed levelling - YouTube