Land of Lilliput II

Mycena pseudocorticola

I always go and have a look at the old willow growing on the river bank. Its moss laden boughs host a lot of interest this time of year. I was astounded to find just how many of these tiny mushrooms were growing out of the moss, creating a most beautiful and magical display .

Iodine Bonnet (Mycena filopes)

Iodine Bonnet (Mycena filopes)

Iodine Bonnet (Mycena filopes)

Photographs of Mycena pseudocorticola (top image) and Iodine Bonnet (Mycena filopes), taken December 2016, local river bank , Staffordshire. Β© Pete Hillman 2016. Camera used Nikon D7200, with Sigma 105mm macro lens.

34 thoughts on “Land of Lilliput II

  1. These are gorgeous, Pete.
    For some reason, we have got several small patches on the lawn where little brown mushrooms are sprouting.
    A first at our spot and although unusual, a treat nonetheless.

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  2. Pete, nice photos. I always find photographing mushrooms difficult with the low angle and low light. You have done a great job. Thanks for the post.

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  3. You did a great job of capturing the magic of the plants living on this tree. I feel the magic with your words and images.

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      1. I could tell. Your love of nature is very evident in you photography, and contagious.

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