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Because of the very wet season in Queensland right now, the fungis are prolific this summer..
Macro lens …Taken on a tree in the garden
Olympus E520
1/80 sec
As is straight from the camera.

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  • maxy
    maxyalmost 4 years ago

    Oooohhhh Love the title! When I was a kid I used to imagine “little worlds” like this in the woods – and they are like tree houses! :-)

  • thanks so much for you nice comment ,I used to play with thick moss and make fairy houses,,,

    – Virginia McGowan

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...almost 4 years ago

    Very lucky! I believe these are called Oyster mushrooms….some of y favorite to photograph. It’s been a very dry year here in my part of the US…even now that it’s winter and we should have snow.

  • Thanks Carla, I’ll put that in the box , I have some different ones for later. it’s pouring rain here most of time
    state is cut off, roads under everywhere and people being evacuated,d not where I am but it’s too et for fungus until the sun come out again. might be some edible ones!

    – Virginia McGowan

  • Carla Wick/Jandelle Petters
    Carla Wick/Jan...almost 4 years ago

    aw…it’s never too wet for fungi. :o) There’s even a species found that grows IN water. lol
    Sorry to hear of the over-abundance! It seems this time last year we had flipped weather issues……I remember Esther telling me her area was too DRY…where-as MY area was too wet!

  • Zefira
    Zefiraover 3 years ago

    amazing shot

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