I finally managed to find some mushrooms this morning, in nearby Wooley Wood. I caught sight of these two as the sun disappeared behind the brow of the hill, and couldn’t help but notice their resemblance to acorns, which seemed quite fitting given the backdrop of oak leaves. This was taken without the aid of any supplemental accessories, displayed without cropping, and is another example of the 18-270’s versatility for close up-work.
Nikon D300; Tamron 18-270mm @ 92mm; 400 ISO; f/14; 0.3 seconds. VC on.