More Fungi from Blashford

Managed to fit another trip in to Blashford this weekend, and was able to get some more fungi shots in.  This time I remembered to take my quick release plate with me, so I was able to use my tripod and live view on the Canon 50D.  Makes the taking of the shots a little less contortionist this way.  Down to a few examples of fungi left now, many are dying away now, and suspect a cold snap will kill the rest off.

Here’s my pick of the funig shots from the visit.

 

Sprouting Shaggy InkcapCanon EOS 50D (100mm, f/3.2, 1/15 sec, ISO100)
Sprouting Shaggy Inkcap

Sprouting Shaggy Inkcap taken on Canon 50D with Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens. F3.2 1/15 ISO 100 Natural Light on Tripod.

 

Pair of Shaggy InkcapsCanon EOS 50D (100mm, f/5, 1/4 sec, ISO100)
Pair of Shaggy Inkcaps

Pair of Shaggy Inkcaps taken on Canon 50D with Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens. F5 1/4 ISO 100 Natural Light on Tripod.

Parosol type fungiCanon EOS 50D (100mm, f/3.2, 1/8 sec, ISO100)
Parosol type fungi

Parosol type fungi taken on Canon 50D with Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens. F3.2 1/8 ISO 100 Natural Light on Tripod.  This is more of a close up really than a macro shot, as the fungi is quite big.  This one stood around a foot in height.

Mycena Fungi (possible)Canon EOS 50D (100mm, f/3.2, 1/6 sec, ISO100)
Mycena Fungi (possible)

Mycena Fungi (possible) taken on Canon 50D with Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens. F3.2 1/6 ISO 100 Natural Light on Tripod.

Fungi in the leavesCanon EOS 50D (100mm, f/7.1, 1/6 sec, ISO100)
Fungi in the leaves

Fungi in the leaves taken on Canon 50D with Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens. F7.1 1/6 ISO 100 Natural Light on Tripod.

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Chris

I've been taking macro photography from 2004. I use both Canon film and digital cameras.

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