Schizophyllum commune in My Yard

in Photography Loverslast month (edited)

My house has been under renovation for the last two days, and today has entered the third day. Some old wooden planks when my house was built are still neatly arranged in the yard. Some of them are still usable, some of them are rotten due to age.

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This morning while I was waiting for the workers to come, I separated some of the boards that were still fit for use from the damaged ones. My eyes fell on a rotten plank. Apparently, there was fungus growing in groups on it.

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It is the Splitgill mushroom, scientifically called Schizophyllum commune . They are small but too beautiful to be ignored. I rushed to get my smartphone and external macro lens from inside the house. They look big and cool in macro lens shots.

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CameraXiaomi Poco X3 NFC
LensExternal Macro Lensbong
CategoryMushroom Photography
ProcessedMobile Lightroom
LocationLhokseumawe, Aceh, Indonesia
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They look like they're growing under water... I think it is just me who think this :) But cool photos and good find :)

It looks like that because of the dark background, or maybe because of the two points of light there? That's the dew on the grass 😁

But it come out good :) ... I hope you find more soon :)

Thank you. I also hope you find lots of natural wonders to capture 😊

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Nice shot!,love the way you light those mushrooms.

Thanks for the compliment, my friend 🙂

Good thing you checked those planks. These shrooms are super cool and i can tell why they call them split gills. I haven't seen any quite like this before as they kind of resemble seashells and are all oriented in one direction but have the gills and underside oriented the opposite. They remind me of suction cups. Great shots! Thanks for sharing.

Yeah, that is so. Sometimes you don't have to go into the forest to hunt for mushrooms when they are right in front of your eyes. But it's just a coincidence that I found them. Anyway, thanks a lot for the nice comment, buddy 🙂