Sunday, November 9, 2014

The Magical World of Mushrooms.


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The Magical World of Mushrooms.

Mushrooms are the recyclers of forests. You may not know this, but mushrooms are so diverse their types rival that of the entire animal kingdom. They've also been found to be a closer relative to humans than other plants.
Photographer Steve Axford is passionate about the colors and beauty of the mushroom and the world of fungi in general, and loves to share his visual curiosity and discoveries with the world. Living in Australia, Steve travels around the world, capturing photos of rare animals, plants and the diverse people he meets. But his greatest love of photography is saved for the fungi, which, I think, have never been captured as beautifully as this. 

Marasmius haematocephalus
photos of mushrooms
Campanella sp.
photos of mushrooms
photos of mushrooms
Panus fasciatus
photos of mushrooms
Schizophyllum commune

photos of mushrooms
Leratiomyces sp. / Found in Booyong Reserve, Booyong, NSW
photos of mushrooms
photos of mushrooms
Mycena chlorophos
photos of mushrooms
Campanella sp.
photos of mushrooms
photos of mushrooms
Cyptotrama aspratum or Gold tuft
photos of mushrooms
Marasmius sp.
photos of mushrooms
Mycena austrororida
photos of mushrooms
Cyathus novaezelandiae or Birds Nest Fungi, Tara Ridge
photos of mushrooms
Mycna chlorophos
photos of mushrooms
Tremella fimbriata
photos of mushrooms
Hairy mycena
photos of mushrooms
Campanella sp.
photos of mushrooms
photos of mushrooms
Leratiomyces ceres (Redlead Roundhead)
photos of mushrooms
White mycena
photos of mushrooms
Marasmius haematocephalus
photos of mushrooms
photos of mushrooms
Mycena interrupta
photos of mushrooms
Luminous fungi (Mycena chlorophos)
photos of mushrooms
Hygrocybe anomala
photos of mushrooms
Red cup fungi
photos of mushrooms
Hairy mycena
photos of mushrooms


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