Ramalina subfarinacea a Lichen Common on Living Trees
These colonies are something like 30mm across. They are awkward to photograph, due to the various heights above the ground and having to reach around other branches of the same tree (a kind of willow). As can be seen from the stereos, this is a very three-dimensional subject, demanding of DOF.
It was a day when there was blue sky, with fluffy white clouds drifting across the sun, such that some were shot under each WB. It turned out to be the warmest UK August day on record.
These are more from my visit to Decoy Heath Reserve, this time on 25 August.
I used the Laowa 25mm x2.5 to x5 and single flash for the closest shots.
The stereos are crosseye.