“Mushrooms were the roses in the garden of that unseen world, because the real mushroom plant was underground. The parts you could see – what most people called a mushroom – was just a brief apparition. A cloud flower.”
-Margaret Atwood- The Year of the Flood
You may be wondering :
“what’s with this mushroom craze? “
Well… It’s about this weird reality they reflect, almost one of a fairy-tale, for mushrooms and fairytales have long been united by nature into an inextricable bond. It’s all about this unpretencious immediacy that tends to build an ambiance of a dream all around them.. All deriving from their own sophistication.
Mushrooms are the strongest personalities in the autumn forest. A rather impatient nature is what lurks behind the illusion of their calm. In a mystical way, they gather all silence in the woods just to portray a cry that depicts their beauty and grandeur. For those who have discovered this fungus’ fairytale dimension as it forms into an image through the camera lenses, they have all experienced the tightrope walk between myth and reality. Mushrooms tend to kindle our imagination through the real stories they have to tell.
After all, reality is sometimes stranger than imagination.
Last Breath of Autumn
The Magical morels
Like a dream
After the Rain
Rain’s Visitors at Dusk
Spirits Of The Bamboo Forest
Queen of Forest
Oudemansiella in Illusion
Looking at the Sky
Spring is Here
Form & Colors
Once upon a time
Figures of Woods
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