Posted on January 3, 2013
By Michael Griffiths
Dominique, the Trusts Conservation Assistant and Volunteer Co-ordinator, brought this scarlet elf cap for me to have a look at this afternoon at the Wilden Marsh workday.
The twig thickness is approximately 12 mm.
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve Tags: nature, Nature Photography., Photography, Scarlet Elf Cap., Wilden Marsh, Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve, wildlife photography
Some fungi are colourful.
This is true, Alex. 🙂
The photo came out really well then Mike – it’s so detailed and sharp! I shall have to get my camera fixed soon…. See you around! Dom
Yes, Dom, it didn’t turn out too badly considering both the twig, and the camera were hand-held. I wish I had taken a photograph with my macro lens.
I never cease to be amazed at how earth life can look so alien.
Hmm . . . I have heard that aliens live amongst us, and I have seen plenty of evidence that Neanderthals aren’t extinct. Am I to understand from your comment that you are a visitor you our planet? 😉
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