The Beauty Of Some Tiny Mushrooms

2023-12-26T00:51:54

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Yesterday afternoon around four o'clock after the rain stopped I immediately tried to look for some photos in the garden, because in the last two days it rained for almost twenty-four hours in my area, I have to make the best use of my time, the area where I am going this time is not far from home I

Coincidentally there was one of the cocoa plantations where usually after it rains there are lots of tiny mushrooms growing from the rotten leaves of the cocoa tree. I saw two white mushrooms growing on one of the cocoa leaves and the rain spots were still clearly visible on the stem and umbrella.

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This mushroom is a species of fungus https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mycena_adscendens which have very soft skin and are easily brittle, they grow in cool places, the life span of this fungus is also not long because it cannot stand heat

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there was one of the cocoa tree trunks that was rotten and I saw several new mushroom saplings growing, they looked so fertile and so tiny, even though they were just growing they made me interested

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after taking the photo and when I edited it I saw something beautiful visible, like a rainbow circle above these two tiny mushrooms, I don't know where the light came from

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Before ending today's photo hunt, I also found one last yellow mushroom which has smooth, soft, but chewy skin

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Camera Poco x3 Pro
Location Aceh, Indonesia
Category Macro photography
Editing snapseed
Photographer @vikar
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