Weekly Photo Challenge: RENEWAL

I’ve been told that fungi are crucial to forest renewal.

Here are some tiny ones freshly washed in the morning rain.

I want to let the rain come down
Make a brand new ground
Let the rain come down
Let the rain come down
Make a brand new ground
Let the rain come down

Click for a listen Β 

59 Comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: RENEWAL

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  5. Lovely shot Paula! (as always of course!) Those fungi look so alive, they remind me of that old version Disney’s fantasia, and the scene where the fungi start dancing! πŸ™‚

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  6. Now that my eyes are back to normal I can really enjoy this. The detail and composition are very, very, nice. The splash of green adds just the right amount of color to the image as well. I’ll bet you had to get down low and get your knees dirty for this one too πŸ™‚

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    • Oh yes, you are right Madhu, there is an obvious resemblance :D, only these mushrooms were about 5 milimeters in diameter :). I uploaded a smaller file, but the full size photo shows much more detail… Thank you.

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    • Thank you so much, Marianne πŸ™‚ A friend saw it in a large file and noted a considerable difference… reducing the photo size diminished the water drops on tiny hats :S, but I have been told to publish small size pics to prevent undesireable downloads and “steeling” πŸ˜‰

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  10. Very well done. Love the lines, textures, contrast, and the slightly blurred background (Good use of your f/stop. Thanks for sharing your image.

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