Mushroom Stump – Featured Art Print

My featured Art Print this week is a simple color photograph of an old tree stump filled with mushrooms, called “Mushroom Stump” (for obvious reasons). I will be adding this to my Color Photography Gallery.

Mushroom Stump

Mushroom Stump

When I was in Seattle in late September, my daughter, her boyfriend and I did a hike up Cougar Mountain in Issaquah, Washington. We were hiking up to a location that was a decommissioned anti-aircraft installation. It’s a great hike through some very dense woods and is an elevation climb of just over 1000 feet. Along the way, we spotted this interesting marriage of mushrooms and a rotting tree stump just off the path. I took a series of shots from a variety of angles and settled on this one to publish on my gallery website. I love the lighting and detail of the mushrooms as they seemingly climb up the old tree stump. Thoughts?

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21 thoughts on “Mushroom Stump – Featured Art Print

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Good analogy…I hadn’t thought of that!! Perfect…so many times I say “I think we just went down the rabbit hole” when I find myself and whoever I am with in a weird situation!! Thanks Lucy!!

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