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    • I’ve done similar before with a few other fair figures but they are two larger for most Shrooms this ones much smaller so much better. My stuffed dog use to go on alsorts of adventures Easter egg hunts, bushwalks, Christmas etc. so done a few the last was the chess game he had.

    • Today’s Mushroom shot was taken in the Australian Botanic Gardens, Mount Annan, this afternoon. This coming Tuesday Night, I'll be giving a presentation to Wollongong Camera club via Zoom on Mushroom photography with a bit of Bird photography thrown in for good measure. So any one that’s a member of Wollongong Photography club and interested in Mushroom Photography here’s a chance to find out how I go about it. They also put up an interview with me today on their Facebook page.  https://www.facebook.com/wollongongcameraclub

    • Todays Fungi Shot taken in the Australian Botanic Gardens, Mount Annan, Southwest of Sydney. This one is one of those lucky ones where I don't have to get down low to shoot, this one's in a raised garden bed. so pretty much at face level, so for once I'm not down on the ground. Some days I get lucky. (Opps looks like this one wasn't posted)

    • Today's shot, from today's walk in the Australian Botanic Gardens, Mount Annan.
      Still plenty about today and an early end to the day due to rain today, more predicted for tomorrow so looking good for next week as well now. No shortage of detail in this one so best viewed large.

    • Beautiful, Glenn, as always. I love seeing these each week.

      I thought of you the other day when this schroom floated aroun the Internet. Is it real? How is it so shiny?

    • Today’s Mushroom shot is one from 2016, even though I did shoot a couple today, Ill post this one as it’s a set of Red Mushrooms with similar Gel tops to the ones Chris posted last week. 

    • Todays Mushroom shot taken with the Canon R5 with 100mm F2,8 L Macro, two off camera speedlites and 20 shot focus stack. Taken in the Australian Botanic Gardens, Mount Annan.

      No shortage of detail in ths one so be sure to zoom in and check out what you can see.

    • This week's shot taken today in the Australian Botanic Gardens, Back to the 60D for the Mushroom shots this week, the R5 was assigned to birding duties this week testing out my new 800mm f11.

    • Todays Mushroom shot taken with the Canon R5 with 100mm F2,8 L Macro, two off camera speedlites and 20 shot focus stack. Taken in the Australian Botanic Gardens, Mount Annan. 

      No shortage of detail in ths one so be sure to zoom in and check out what you can see.

    • Yes @Pathfinder I’ve been using the 60d for years for that reason, I’ve tried my 5dmk4 but with out the articulated screen it’s no fun lining it all up so quickly went back to the 60d.

      The R5 is overkill for these so down the track I’ll probably pension of the 60d for an R6.

    • I didn't manage to find any Fungi to shoot today, Bit of rain overnight as well, but that didn't help today, so one from last week in the Australian Botanic Gardens, Mount Annan.

    • No Shrooms to be found again this week, Even after a bit of rain on Wednesday I thought I'd find a few but not to be found this week. So one from the other week.

    • Manages to find a few Mushrooms in the Australian Botanic Gardens to shoot this week, so here's one from today. Not the normal ones I find there so always good to get something different.

    • No shrooms again this week, very unusual, I can normally find them all year round in some areas of the Australian Botanic Gardens, So one from the archives today.

    • Didn’t manage to find any Fungi to shoot today, not for looking, so one from a couple of weeks ago in the Australian Botanic Gardens.