Nature’s Spectacular Patterns By Yuwaraj Gurjar
Slime moulds were formerly classified as fungi, but are no longer considered part of this family. Their common name refers to part of their life cycles, where they appear as gelatinous ‘slime’. This flaming orange slime mould was growing on dead teak leaf and Yuwaraj was just enraptured by the patterns. Don’t they look like the tributaries of a river on a rugged landscape?
EXIF: Nikon D90, Tamron 180 macro, Aperture: f/18, Shutter speed: 1/60 sec., ISO: 200