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Wandering around Bartram's Gardens, I found this fallen log hidden beneath the leaves, bearing new life in blooming fungus. The lines along the log are mesmerizing and I'm facinated by the different forms of fungi.

This is a photograph from a medium format film print, so there is a softness and tactile quality not found in digital, as well as beautiful color renditions. You will receive a photograph where the image is printed in the center with a white border. It will be on glossy paper and will be signed, dated and titled on the back by me.

Histo Info: "Born in Darby Township to a Quaker family, John Bartram (1699-1777) became America's first great botanist, naturalist, and plant explorer.

Lacking a formal education, Bartram taught himself through observation, reading and correspondence with equally inquiring minds in the colonies and abroad.

From his 102-acre farm near Philadelphia, which he purchased in 1728, Bartram traveled north to Lake Ontario, south to Florida, and west to the Ohio River in search of plants and natural history specimens for his own botanic garden and for collectors at home and abroad. Bartram and his son William are credited with identifying and introducing into cultivation more than 200 of our native plants."

Tree Lichen Fairy Landscape Green Bark Fungi Secret Garden Bartrams Hidden Philadelphia Photograph

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