New Forest Fungi

The following fungi shots were all taken in the New Forest in October this year.  As the month was fairly warm and dry ( in fact the hottest week of the year occurred at the start of the month), there were not so many good specimens about as there are normally at this time of year – however a bit of hunting around the Anderwood and Matley Wood areas produced these ones which I like.

Fly Agaric - Amanita muscariaCanon EOS 50D (100mm, f/7.1, 1/5 sec, ISO100)
Fly Agaric - Amanita muscaria

Fly Agaric – Amanita muscaria.  Taken on Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens.  ISO 100 F7.1 1/5.  Natural Light, Tripod.

Twin FungiCanon EOS 50D (100mm, f/8, 1/4 sec, ISO100)
Twin Fungi

Twin Fungi.  Taken on Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens.  ISO 100 F8 1/4.  Natural Light, Tripod.

Fungi and ChestnutsCanon EOS 50D (33mm, f/13, 1/5 sec, ISO100)
Fungi and Chestnuts

Fungi and Chestnuts.  Taken on Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens.  ISO 100 F13 1/5.  Natural Light, Tripod. (And no I did not place the chestnuts on this occasion, it is as I found it.)

Fungi in the grassCanon EOS 50D (100mm, f/4, 1/25 sec, ISO100)
Fungi in the grass

Fungi in the grass.  Taken on Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens.  ISO 100 F4 1/25.  Natural Light, Tripod.

Speckled FungiCanon EOS 50D (100mm, f/8, 1/10 sec, ISO100)
Speckled Fungi

Speckled Fungi.  Taken on Canon 100mm F2.8 USM Macro Lens.  ISO 100 F8 1/10.  Natural Light, Tripod.

 

Chris

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

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