Tree Fungus in the Shenandoah National Park (Spring 2016)


Greetings! Hiking in the Shenandoah National Park is truly a refreshing and purifying experience. I am willing to go that far and call it catharsis. It does clean soul and makes you fresh, anew again. 🙂

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Turkeytail (Trametes versicolor)

Hiking is a true experience which gets you close to nature. When hiking you begin to notice the nature in the way you should – as something where you belong. During my recent hike, I took many photos just to experience the nature and share some of my observations.

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Alder bracket (Inonotus radiates)

Here I would like to share few photos of common tree fungus. Looking at this fungi I enjoyed how nature enable different forms of fauna to co-exist (or rather live on something else).

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Turkeytail (Trametes versicolor) – true alien view

By the way, the fungi on the trees have this alien look. Some of it even is fluorescent and glows in the dark 🙂


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