(as is from the camera)
Toorongo Falls in Victoria’s east is an inspiring and soul-refreshing place to visit in a drought, because the waterfall still flows and the moss still grows – even in unexpected places. These mushrooms are about 5mm in diameter, and grow on a rock beside the path.

Canon SX100is
Full Auto mode
Shutter 1/60
Aperture F2.8
FocLen 28mm

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white, rock, waterfall, fungi, moss, green, drought, macro, mushroom, toorongo falls

I’m an occasional photographer who sometimes finds time to use the camera on daytrips or weekends around Vic and NSW. One day, I’ll have time to do more photography!

With an eye for the unlikely details of things that most people don’t notice, I let the camera capture what the eye can’t. As for computer editing, I’ve got better things to do – most of my photos are untouched, except for minimal cropping and balancing. Enjoy!

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  • Katagram
    Katagramabout 5 years ago

  • Thankyou!
    As a newcomer to the group, I appreciate the encouragement.
    I am constantly amazed at the images I see here…
    Thanks to all of you who share your inspiring works!

    – mark7b

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