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And here is the final installment of the series! Winter drones to read to.
Bass guitar and effects

As the world’s ruling classes take us towards the brink, and beyond, I wonder at the Human species’ tally. Certainly we have achieved wonders amongst the horrors. But once we are gone, and make no mistake, we will be gone, what will be left?
An awful mess and many missing niches in all the world’s ecosystems.
Truly we are failing, and failing badly.

Panellus longinquus

Myrtle forest, Tasmania.

Panellus longinquus

Myrtle forest, Tasmania.

Cortinarius sp.

Tahune, Tasmania.

Cortinarius sp.

Tahune, Tasmania.

Galerina patagonica

Tahune, Tasmania

Galerina patagonica

Tahune, Tasmania

Some well-lit Mycena in the Florentine, Tasmania.

Some well-lit Mycena in the Florentine, Tasmania.

Part 4! Winter reading drones. Bass guitar and effects.

Mycena interrupta

Myrtle Forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

Mycena interrupta

Myrtle Forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

Part 3! Winter reading drones. Bass guitar and effects.

A likely-looking pair of Mycena sp..

Betts Vale, Tasmania.

A likely-looking pair of Mycena sp..

Betts Vale, Tasmania.

Pseudohydnum gelatinosum.

Betts Vale, Tasmania

Pseudohydnum gelatinosum.

Betts Vale, Tasmania

The track follows the creek.

Myrtle forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

The track follows the creek.

Myrtle forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

Chlorociboria auruginascens.

Myrtle forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

Chlorociboria auruginascens.

Myrtle forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania

…and heres part 2.
Winter reading drones. Bass guitar and effects.

Tree-dweller. Mycena sp.

Myrtle forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania.

Tree-dweller. Mycena sp.

Myrtle forest, Collinsvale, Tasmania.