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There’s a forest of beech trees that was planted by Johan Ihre in the end of the 19th century on the island Ekerö, just outside of Stockholm in Sweden. Beech trees doesn’t normally grow this far north but these planted trees have been able to thrive. The Porcelain Fungus is growing exclusively on beech wood. They are normally found on dead branches that are either attached to the tree or have already fallen to the ground. On a foggy day, in the end of September, I went to this beech forest where I found this particular Porcelain Fungus on a large fallen tree trunk. The light was perfectly shining through the thin porcelain-like cap with the dark contrasting tree trunk in the background. 


Porcelain Light - Limited Edition Print

900,00 krPris