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And I thought the fungi had stopped here. This one was growing in a pot, with a white lace flower. I’ve never seen one before. It is about 8mm across.
I live in the Northern Rivers of NSW and this is where much of my photography comes from, apart from the obvious like volcanoes. You can see more of my work at steveaxford.smugmug.com
Wow – it’s interesting and gorgeous !!
Thats awesome. I would love to see one of these. Fingers crossed, one day. Great picture too.
wow, marvellous! Great shot! Definitely a fav!
You are kidding me !! Growing in a pot. My gosh, Steve. Looks like the fungi are falling out of the sky , where you are. I am going to book a one way ticket LOL Fantastic image. I have never seen these birds nest fungi , would love to find some one day ;o))
another amazing fungus shot.
Strange looking plants Steve, but awesome looking and captured perfectly!!
How cool are these! Great catch!
This is a really great find. I think the Birds Nest types are an incredible family of fungi and have yet to find any in my travels.Well spotted, well photographed and well presented mate.
First one I’ve found – and in a pot plant (which apparently is quite common).
– Steve Axford
Never before I am that haven’t seen. Splendid shot Steve !!! ..Jozef
WoW!!! Aren’t they just wonderful!! Like caramel chocolate drops on the melt! Excellent!!!!!!