WHAT ATE MY SEAT?
Photographed by Suzette Jackson
at Apollo Bay, VIC Australia
The weather started getting cooler,
and leaves started falling in May.
A nosy wallaby perhaps came and
flipped the stool upside down.
But, there is no proof!
Through a wet May and June, the
tool's top surface became very dark.
With constant rain throughout May,
the top of the stool became dark.
Yet, mycelium emerged producing
white patterns on the surface.
It was moved to a drier place to avoid
rain, and the colour changed again.
The top thick layer of mycelium
seemed to be gone.
at Ormond, Australia
at New York,