Macro Monday is easy to play, snap a macro (or any close-up) photo, post it on your blog and come back here and sign MckLinky. Don't forget to visit each other. :)
Neat stuff Lisa. I think I like the second shot best. You need to look real close to see the spider webs. I wonder if the fungus had anything to do with the deformations of the tree trunk?Hey, I'm the first linky today. I started my post yesterday and then decided to rework the entire thing this evening. Same starting image though.
I love the fungus photos! The first is my favourite because I love the shapes, and the way the clumps hang on the tree trunk, almost like the suggestion of a spiral.
That's some sexy looking fungus, very curvy!Margie and I posted together today, we were talking about simple things and decided to post some macros of our favourite make up bag items!Happy Monday Lisa - and I'm mailing my ornament tomorrow, I promise! I posted about it in Sunday's post. Now I just need to put it in the post! (haha I'm very punny, I know!)xokath
This almost looks like a stairway in an ultramodern condo or something. Except that I'm sure building codes would require a railing of some kind. Lucky for us, nature has no building codes. Very cool!
I love fungus, and photograph them every chance I get. These are beautiful!Happy MM.Thanks for keeping this meme going!B.
I like the layered texture of the fungus, awesome!
Very cool photos! I am always amazed at Mother Nature. Even fungus is pretty. go figure.
one of these days I'm going to play. I often see things or have photos that 'might' qualify. Just not quite the quality of yours.This photo reminds me of one of my moms favorite sayings: There's a fungus amongus...forwhatever reason.. ha ha
That fungus almost looks like oyster mushrooms. I wonder if it could be edible? Quite beautiful, certainly.
The spider doesn't like me, I can't see his or her net. But the fungus is beautiful. I am on holidays in Egypt and the screen of my little notebook is very small and Internet has moods like a menopaused woman.
I love that second shot! That must have been hard to catch such a delicate web. To think I ate fungus tonight. That still won't keep me from eating mushrooms.
Normally I don't like fungus so much....but these pictures make it look quite nice!! I swear you could take a photo of it and make ANYTHING look pretty cool!!
Wow that´s awesome. Symbiosis with a big S ;-)
Beautiful photos, the fungus is very interesting. This is my first time for MM, it looks like fun.SquirrelQueenThe Road to Here
Great shots Lisa!! LOVE that fungi!!
OH, how I love these photo! The fungus in almost like sexy, undulating outfit the tree is wearing...beautiful!! :o)
Hi Lisa! I like the close-up look of the fungi, it makes the fungi looks pretty. Thanks for sharing!
Oh Lisa those are amazing!! Wonderful shots too! I do so love photographing fungus!! Always such wonderful shapes and colors!! Sarah
I really like this! Great is the word for your shot here!
I can't wait to see your shots from yesterday.
a fairy's staircase. i love it. but, someone needs to tell them to take down their Halloween decorations. hope all is well.
Very nice shots of the fungi. How unusual that it's growing on two sides of the tree like that!
that is such an interesting phenemenon--
Great earthy colors and texture. Nice shot.
Those are so crisp and clear. I don't think I've ever looked that closely at a tree fungus before. Neat! :)
I love the fungus photos... The fungus looks like little steps leading to a magical world :)
These fungi are so artfully arranged on the knee of this tree. Beautiful!
Very beautiful, in a unique sort of way!
Really nices pictures with good compositions!All the bestBosse
I wonder if that fungus feels to the tree what my bunions feel to my feet. That's a great shot.
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I forgot about this AGAIN - today's blog photo isn't a macro. I will make sure to link for next week.
very nice effect! the second picture if you look at it quickly almost looks like a pine conebetty
very crisp photos! and beautifully shot!
Very nice macro shots of the fungus!
I see Pamela already said it but I just had to tell you that after oooooooohing and aaaaaaaaaaahing my first thought was "There's a fungus amongus!"