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    Default The growth off death

    ID: Fungus/Mushroom growth on a dead trunk of a tree

    Like the Law of conservation of energy, life cannot be killed off the jungle, one life form transforms from one form to the other. A perfect example of this being the chopped off tree trunk, that became a house for the fungal growth with the monsoon season, rather a colony of massive mushrooms all around the surface of the dead tree. It also seemed to house a few earthworms, millipedes and other interesting life forms

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    Canon 80D
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    Shutterspeed 1/50
    ISO 500
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    Agree monsoon helps for new life to grow. In nature nothing goes to waste . Nicely captured. Thanks for sharing.

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    True. Nothing goes waste in nature and the nutrients are recycled back. So one shouldn't take out fallen trees from the forest or cut down old trees. The mushrooms form interesting patterns and shapes. Thanks for sharing.

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    Sabyasachi

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