Today we went for a walk at Cameron Lodge Garden in Mount Macedon which is renowned for its beautiful historical gardens. Many of the gardens are over a 100 years old and contain fine examples of rare northern hemisphere trees and shrubs.  As we enter autumn the colours and fungi are magnificent.

Golden light
Golden light
Amanita muscaria or fly agaric – yes there was a fly!!
Red maple
A rare variegated chestnut
Yellow maple

2 Replies to “Seeing red (and yellow)…”

  1. Something whimsical and almost humanoid about the Amanita muscaria…’siblings’ comes to mind….and theres consequence of such photography lending it self to possible stories…(or is that stating an obvious..ness…? )

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