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This is a very interesting image Iím assuming the fungi changes colour with the trees Iím not up on Fungi
But I must admit itís a very unusual one.

Carole
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16 47 14 United States
17 Feb 2019 12:31AM
Looks like you saved the best for last--a stunning fungi image!
17 Feb 2019 1:08AM
An interesting image Jacob. It seems fungi will grow anywhere damp and rotting. I like that it's a single one on the wood. Pam
BioBio 4 Scotland
17 Feb 2019 12:18PM
That's a truly outstanding capture Jacob!!
It was a pleasure to follow your autumnal images Smile
WilmaGrinGrinGrinGrin
PentaxBro 4 43 3
17 Feb 2019 8:15PM

Quote:Looks like you saved the best for last--a stunning fungi image!


Thank you JennSmile
Yes, I'm kind of proud of this particular Image, but there was one main reason I left it for the last,
as it reminds me "The Wooden Door" with the yellowish fungi knob or a "Book Cover SmileWink
So, its like closing the "Autumnal Chapter with it"..

Jacob.
PentaxBro 4 43 3
18 Feb 2019 1:21PM

Quote:This is a very interesting image Iím assuming the fungi changes colour with the trees Iím not up on Fungi
But I must admit itís a very unusual one.

Carole



Thank you Carole,
Yes, I often saw some of them changing colors from white to yellow to orange or even red, depending on the season or even from year to year..

JacobGrin
PentaxBro 4 43 3
18 Feb 2019 1:28PM

Quote:An interesting image Jacob. It seems fungi will grow anywhere damp and rotting. I like that it's a single one on the wood. Pam


Thank you Pam,
Yes, I like its loneliness tooSmile
So lonely on that big stump, which made an excellent subject separation and textured background.

The difficulty was that the tree stump was so big and wet it wasn't easy to photograph this tiny mushroom from the above. Although the IS in my camera works very well in normal position, it wasn't so effective with the lens facing down. So keeping the relatively slow shutter speeds and the enough focal plane wasn't easy, not to mention avoiding shadows in autumnal lightWink

Jacob.

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