Not the sharpest photo around but I thought I’d upload it for my fellow fungi fans. Thanks Claire and Kylie S for introducing me to their teeny tiny world during Fagus Week 2012!
Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
fungi, orange, cradle mountain, tasmania
i like the left hand side where the dark contrasts the brown..nice little simple capture
Thanks Phil. They were set up perfectly for a photo – I just need to be less lazy and use a tripod for sharpness :)
– Stephanie Johnson
They’re great Steph, hope the people with the double pram didn’t mow them down when they got to them.
Thanks Kylie. It was just after I passed the double pram that I saw this little gang, so there’s no guarantees!
Unreal. It’s like a whole mini community.I like the way the dark and green background sets them off. Its great.
Thanks so much Adrian!
Great find Steph, I love the way it curves through the frame =D
Thanks Jenni – they posed themselves well :)
Great little collection you’ve found here..
Thanks Rob. When I get a macro lens I’ll try a panorama of fungi and make a fungorama )
Great capture Steph…..wonderful what you can find here at Cradle:o)
Thanks Mark. I didn’t notice them at all the first time we did that Dove Lake walk but once I put my fungi eyes on, there they were!
Oh how marvellous – such a wonderful cluster of these little beauties.
Thank you Rosalie :-)
Great capture of this fungi high rise development Stephanie.
Thanks Tony. Yes the fungi architects got it right with this one.
Very nice Steph. I know what you mean by putting the “fungi eyes” on. After a while you just spot them easier and where you thought was nothing – there’s heaps!
Thanks Garth – I will keep my fungi eyes open more often!
Love this Steph,,,,,very different and unique fungus shot..
Thanks Mark, they were just minding their business next to the boardwalk on the Dove Lake walk.