Some pictures I took in Sweden last weekend:
(1) A little Eurasian red squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) peeking out from behind a tree
(2) Small mushrooms growing on a fallen tree trunk
(3) Clematis seed heads up close
(4) The autumn colours were wonderful. I was lucky; the day after I left it started to snow 🙂
Week 42! Apologies for the slow update.. I haven’t used my regular cameras at all in the past months, but instead I’ve been shooting analogue with Diana Mini and an old Konica – first film rolls are developed and the results are Terrible but Fun 🙂 Anyway, today I went to the forest and I brought my PS as well:
(1) Grey heron (Ardea cinerea)
(2) Mushroom family
(3) Sporophyte of the moss
f/2.8 – 1/125s – ISO 100 – 100mm
These mushrooms are Stereum Ostrea, a.k.a. False Turkey Tail mushrooms.
f/2.8 – 1/50 – ISO 800 – 60mm
Here’s a mushroom that is easier to identify: Trametes versicolor, a.k.a. Turkey Tail.
To those of you who celebrate Thanksgiving today: Peace, love, health & happy turkey day!
f/2.8 – 1/60 – ISO 640 – 60mm
I was in a forest when I spotted something shining in the bushes. At first I was a bit annoyed because I thought someone had thrown plastic in there. But it was a shining white mushroom! It glowed, as if powered by electricity. No idea what kind it is, never seen one of these before. Does anyone know?
f/5.6 – 1/60 – ISO 800 – 60mm
f/3.5 – 1/100 – ISo 200 – 60
f/4 – 1/60 – ISO 400 – 60 – with flash