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Autumn means fungi in Tasmania

Published April 22nd, 2012

I spent the afternoon in a mossy gully on the foothills of Hobart's Mount Wellington photographing the many species of fungi that are loving the fact that Autumn is here with my brother. He's recently purchased the Canon 100mm f/2.8 macro lens and was keen to get out and see what he could capture with it mounted on his Canon EOS 7D.

I was using the Canon 100mm f/2.8L macro lens on my 40D so it will be interesting to see how much difference there is in image quality with these lenses.

As you can see we were probably a week too late for many of these fungi's but it was great to get up on the mountain. There are so many great gully's up there that are begging to be photographed.

Tasmanian Fungi

Tasmanian Fungi

Tasmanian Fungi

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jane73
Jane Griffiths  over 5 years ago

A beautiful glimpse into another world.

WESQEEK
Steven Brison  over 5 years ago

cool :)

Cynlotus
Cynthia Ho  over 5 years ago

very nice