Light Painting Fungi

Yesterday, just as I was leaving to light paint some of the mushrooms I shared in previous post, it started raining again so I aborted mission. Tonight I was luckier as it remained dry right up until I was finished. The cherry on the cake was finding that this troop reacted beautifully to UV light. The reddish light is from a warm white Convoy S2+.



After I made about 30 different versions of the above (I couldn't get enough of it) I proceeded to light paint what I had originally intended: these coral-like fungi growing in a gap left by a chainsaw on a decaying tree trunk. There are more places in park Clingendael dedicated to giving the wood back to the woods which I think is a practice more metropolitan parks should follow.



To finish it off I added some optical fibers cascading like a toxic stream.


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