Fungifriday // Wild mushrooms trametes versicolor and mushrooms trametes pubescens.
How are you hive friends, yesterday when I was walking to the fields by taking a shortcut through the local forest, I found two piles of wild mushrooms growing in two different places and the mushrooms looked so unique with the color patterns that looked so beautiful.
The mushroom that I first found was a wild mushroom Trametes versicolor I found this mushroom growing on a weathered wooden embankment in the local forest environment and around the roots of the wood I found used glass bottles and I thought they were glass bottles belonging to the community local littering.
The beauty and elegance of these mushrooms made me so interested in taking pictures of their beauty using my smartphone camera and the sunny mornings made the wild mushrooms look so attractive when I took the shots using my smartphone camera.
And on my way home, I again found a wild mushroom Trametes pubescens the fungus, the fungus I found growing on the surface of a wooden stake I found in an irrigation environment and I took these beautiful mushroom shots in some pictures.
Camera Smartphone + macro lens
Editing Snapseed app