The beauty of macro photography is it opens up a whole new world of perspective to be photographed. The fine detail over overlooked can generate mini wonderlands.
This scene was of some orange fungi from a recent weekend at Oreily’s rainforest retreat.
Favolaschia calocera, commonly known as the orange pore fungus, is a species of fungus in the Mycenaceae family. found in Madagascar, New Zealand, Italy and Australia. This macro view of a small group of fungi was a bit of a challenge. Trying to come up with a composition in macro is much different than landscapes. 🙂 I tried to use the green mossy background to create some contrast to the vibrant orange fungi.