Inspired by last week’s Gizmodo Shooting Challenge, I decided to try and capture some bug photos from around the farm. So I grabbed my 100mm macro lens and outside I went in search of crawling critters.
I am happy to report that I found some.
The cool, moist weather has been perfect for a bumper crop of mushrooms. They seem to like growing in patch of hay that has accumulated in front of our horse stalls. I find it amazing just how quickly the mushroom patch appeared. Quite literally, they popped up over night. By the following night they begin to shrivel up, only to be replaced by a new batch of fresh shrooms.
A fresh bunch of mushrooms is just emerging from the damp ground.
Canon EOS 40D + EF24-70mm f/2.8L USM @ 68 mm — f/7.1, 1/250 sec, ISO 100 Continue reading “Mushrooms, Toadstools, and Faerie Rings”