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Discussion in 'Fungi, Lichens and Slime Molds' started by allelopath, Sep 30, 2021.
By Dasha Plesen
These are bunnies, right??
I just learned the term "pareidolia" (imposing a meaning on shapes where there is none) in the crossword blog I read, as it was the theme of a recent puzzle.
Similar: @smallwoodlandthings makes collages:
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It reminds me of the work of Nils Udo, a well-known land-artist. A slightly different approach, but nature is the main component of his works.
I visited an exhibition of his works, and that was fantastic.
Drawing with flowers Painting with clouds Writing with water :
Art in nature - Nils Udo
Thanks, I had not heard of him. Jumping down that rabbit hole, there is:
+ many others
Here are two natural examples (@wcutler suggested I post something here, happy to oblige).
And final two
I've linked to Instagram user marin_mushrooms, Alison Pollack, before. She recently posted what she thinks is the fungus Coccomyces dentatus in Tillamook State Forest in Oregon .
One of the comments is "definitely art".
Thanks everyone for the links and the photos !