A cluster of white mushrooms emerge from the side of a fallen tree, shiny and illuminated from below to show their semi transparent structure.

Porcelain Cluster

DescriptionA little group of Porcelain fungi on the underside of a fallen beech. This tree in Bayhurst Woods is home to about 1 5 species of fungi through the year, from edible Oyster and Hen of the Woods, to Silverleaf and slime moulds. This cluster was lit from below using LED lights to show the light shining through the cap, the reason it gets its name.
ArtistRob Daykin
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Date Time Created2021:10:30 15:30:34
Lens Info60mm f/2.8
Lens ModelOLYMPUS M.60mm F2.8 Macro
Focal Length60.0 mm
F Number5.6
Shutter Speed1/125