The New South Wales of Steve Axford works in “Northern Rivers Area” brilliantly uses his camera to capture the astonishing visual diversity of fungi and other living things. Steve reveals there’re far more types of fungi than the pale, umbrella-shaped variety that most of us are used to seeing.
Several rare specimens look absolutely out of this world. He captured fungi of all different shapes, sizes, textures, and colors, from glowing fungi to fuzzy fungi to tiny, transparent fungi. Various species have never been documented in Australia before, and certainly not in the artistic way that that Axford does so. His intriguing pictures draw the viewer into a miniature world filled with wonder and life, making us appreciates the diversity that exists on our planet.
The nature supporter, who enjoys traveling to isolated locations to shoot everything from volcanos to plant life, uses camerawork as his avenue of exploring the world. He says “While doing this I have developed an acute interest in the way things fit together and nothing exists in isolation and the more you look, the more you find.” Source: Mymodernmet