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A Wonder Of Nature #1
Photograph - Photography
Recently while having my coffee outside on world famous St. Charles Ave I glanced over and took photo of this amazing photo of nature. I almost did not see it because it was coming out of the brick walkway of the business next door to table I was sitting at. I got up at my chair with my camera and walked over into the yard of the business next door and took a series of this amazing photo of nature. Is this a mutant of some sort, I have never in my existence on earth ever seen anything quite like this. As I was observing this marvel in science I was using my Nikon 820 macro setting and I touched it and it started to split open and release spores of some sort. Is this a species of some sort. Is it something from out of space which floated down and ended up between the brick pathway. This photo and others will be visible in a blog I am creating for everyone to view. I do recall has a kid walking in the oak leaves and there were spores that would pop and release its spores. Because of the location it was growing it could be a mutant mushroom which was getting the extreme sunlight and harsh temperatures of the surrounding bricks which it growing between. The fascinating aspect about this wonder in nature is I returned the following day and it was completely burst open. Was I witness and others whom I alerted from the coffee shop come see this amazing plant species. The photo was taken in many stages including the final opening. Please visit my personal blog and view all the photos of this amazing plant life perhaps never photographed in the scientific community. After hours and hours of endless research there is no other photos known of this species of plant life. This exciting discovery photo and others will be presented to the International National Geographic Society for identification and my discovery. Professors at Tulane University will also view and help identify this species.
January 18th, 2014
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