Macro photograph of spiral patterns on tree fungus makes a nearly-abstract conversation piece
Keith Dotson is excited to announce a striking new addition to his Abstractions from Nature portfolio — a close-up photograph of spiral patterns in tree fungus. Keith doesn't usually make announcements about individual photographs unless he's really excited about them, and he's excited about this one!
Spending a lot of time hiking in the forests of North America, Keith often discovers and photographs fungus ears on fallen trees. But, this striking spiral line pattern is an exceedingly rare thing to find. In fact, the last time he shot one similar was more than a decade ago in Wisconsin.
Tree Fungus Patterns: Black and White Photograph by Keith Dotson. Click to buy a fine art print.
Museum quality fine art prints available
Photographed with a high-resolution camera, this image can be printed up to 40 x 60 inches or even larger. It's sure to be a dynamic addition to a room, and a sure-fire conversation starter.
Prints are made on beautiful, museum quality baryta surface paper.
See Keith's entire Abstractions from Nature portfolio here.
Below are some color iPhone photographs of the fungus ears on the fallen tree as Keith found it in the mountains of North Carolina. The black and photograph was shot with a macro lens, camera suspended over the fungus on a tripod.
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