Magical World of Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford

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Magical World of Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford

Australia-based photographer Steve Axford loves to travel to the remotest corners of the earth, capturing the lives of people, animals, and most importantly, fungi. His fascinating photographs of the diverse world of fungi seem to picture a fantastic expedition to some distant alien world. And it’s easy to understand why. Many of these rare mushroom species are unknown to us and have never been photographed before.

My photography has been my avenue into this world as it slows me down and allows me to look at things more closely,” says Axford. “I try to combine the beauty I see with some scientific accuracy, so most of my photos could be used to identify things and will show the fine detail.

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8 thoughts on “Magical World of Australian Fungi Photographed by Steve Axford

  1. namelessneed

    thanx so for turning me on to Steve Axford’s wild photographs/ his fungi fotos knock me out, such beauty in dark & deep places, g

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