Forgotten Wonders Beneath the Trees • autumnal series I

Boletus-affinis-cfThis is the fourth installment of this five part series that I captured from early September to early October of 2011-12. Ever enchanting colors unfold on the forest floor as the leaves start to slowly decay with wonderful richness. Much like late summer, fungi continues to flourish and fruit in the Allegheny Plateau and Till Regions of Ohio. Old growth forest preserves and Hocking Hills Valley proved to be especially best for finding a vast variety of species. This series was captured at Clear Creek Metro ParkWahkeena Preserve, Nelson-Kennedy Ledges, Nimisila State Park, Cedar Falls, Conkles Hollow, and the Rose Lake areas located with Hocking Hills State Park.

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