Lismore’s natural spectrum– it’s got me inspired!

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Just waltzing along. It was another beautiful day here in Lismore, Australia. Bright, sunny, and even the few raindrops that happened to fall were gleaming with reflected sunshine. This little shroom on a log is just another lovely scene ordinary to the campus here. I doubt most passers by even notice this log, but I admire it every time I walk by. It’s a beautiful fallen tree just blooming with these vibrant orange fungi. The color seems radioactive. It’s amazing the palette that nature chooses to play with here. Everything is bursting with color and life. Even the weeds and pesky flowerbed fungi come in bright colors. Long spindly vines with magenta miniature melons striped with golden yellow, bright red reeking stinkhorn octopus fungi drawing out their tentacles, and bright pink berries on the trees on campus. The rainbow of natural color here is completely awesome. It makes great inspiration for my colorful work. I just decided to take my camera with me to campus a couple of days ago and took photos of this log. I should have done it a long time ago.

 

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About clayhead33

I am a potter-- I love to draw, play guitar, cook yummy food... and just have fun in general. I love to make a difference with my work, even something as small as inspiring a fellow artist :)
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2 Responses to Lismore’s natural spectrum– it’s got me inspired!

  1. Lovely blog!
    Maybe we can follow each other? x

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