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From time to time during my daily travels in Deep Creek Conservation Park I stumble upon a scene that stops you in your tracks. If I am lucky enough to have my camera with me I like to capture the moment and will feature these images in our ‘Picture this’ segment.
For sheer diversity in colour, shape and size it is hard not to be amazed by the fungi that appear during the winter months in Deep Creek Conservation Park. On a recent walk along the Stringybark Forest Trail I came across this Flame Fungus (Clavaria Miniata) which also appears in bright red.