Bracket fungi / Shelf fungi / Bracket mushrooms / Shelf mushrooms photographed in the Western Ghats

Bracket fungi / Shelf fungi / Bracket mushrooms / Shelf mushrooms photographed in the Western Ghats

Bracket fungi / Shelf fungi / Bracket mushrooms / Shelf mushrooms photographed on a bark in the Western Ghats

Bracket fungus / Shelf fungus / Bracket mushroom / Shelf mushroom photographed in the Western Ghats

Shelf fungi / Bracket fungi / Shelf mushrooms / Bracket mushrooms photographed in the Western Ghats

Shelf fungus / Bracket fungus / Shelf mushroom / Bracket mushroom photographed in the Western Ghats

10 comments :

  1. What an amazing color blue. A jeweler should make a pendant matching that - it is so beautiful. Not a bad shade for an eyeshadow, either...even at 68, I think of that.

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    1. Maybe, it can be plucked and be used as natural jewellery. We will save thousands using jewellery made of bracket fungi. Weird, but stylish I think! :)

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  2. I'd buy that pendant! :=}

    Hi Bhavesh, I've been somewhat silent for a while, but am trying to get back into the swing of things. I've missed your Blog posts - especially your exceptional photography!

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    1. What's more? The price is zero! :)

      Welcome back to the bloggers' world Clytie. So nice to read that you admire my photography and my blog.

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  3. Definitely, Clytie...a pendant and earrings. It's a beautiful fungi. I'm assuming it isn't edible.

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    1. I too guess so Carmen. But who knows :)

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  4. Some still
    dance and twirl around,
    swirling their blue ghagras
    as they dance
    and sing
    and celebrate the goddess
    nine nights
    of the garba.

    An enraged goddess
    of the mountains,
    letting flow her copious tears
    in thunderous waves,
    angered by
    the cheating,
    the powermad,
    and the shameless crooks,
    and she roars
    amidst the stones
    silencing the trees
    in one fell swoop.

    They lie,
    helpless
    in their last moments
    watching
    the swirling moves
    of the bracket fungus
    as it slowly eats into them
    doing the dance of death.


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  5. These are amazing mushrooms and great captures! the colour is so unexpected! Thank you for sharing on Mandarin Orange Monday:)

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    1. I was equally stunned seeing these beautiful and colorful bracket mushrooms.

      My pleasure sharing my mushroom photography on your Mandarin Orange Monday 51 :)

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