A group of us redbubblers had a meet for the turning of the fagus at Cradle Mountain National Park.
We had a competition for the “straight from the camera JPG image of the day” on Friday. This is one of my 2 entries.
I thought it was a shot of a green fungus in amongst the leaf litter of the fagus. Beautiful green fungus they were too. The top is about 12- 15 mm across.
It wasn’t until I saw it on a 32 inch screen that I spotted the very fine spider web on the left side with water drops suspended from them.
And it wasn’t until I got home and went to remove that black spot on the stalk that I realised it wasn’t a black spot. At 100% in DPP it quite obviously becomes a bush tick. I am not sure if you will be able to see that but it is miniscule.
It’s a whole other world inside the macro viewpoint.
Cradle Mountain National Park