wow! thanks for full-extra photography posting! I need to think over why I have never gave much GE/other reference to my shots... in future I will try give more credits. --- about the lighthouse you said:
The lighthouse ... cannot be seen on GE.
well, if you mean on aerial/satellite imagery, you are right* (*if you check GE TimeSlider: a blurred patch of the reef appears), but:
Saint George Reef Lighthouse.kmz (832 B) --- based on your words I have managed to find the high-resolution "seals-rock"! -great! -hundreds of seals feeling the very best themselves on that sunny, guano covered, little, rocky islet! -thank you shad light on these! --- thanks again your every time nice shots, always done to be saturated with mood! -you have talent in it!
*** p.s.: do we know some about Price, our dear old buddy? -his nickname punched into my face as have clicked GEC layer mark.
It was a month ago when the first time it has been appeared on the trunk of our old pine tree, and now again.
A day before nothing can be seen on the trunk, where on the next day's morning you find it completely developed, tiny tubular structures, in magnificent yellow color. It "blooms" for one day; on the next morning it remains only as a grey layer of decomposing organic matter.
Sorry for probably a bit too much photo, but really it is the most extraordinary fungus I have ever seen - if it is fungus at all! (?) (...)
First "visitation" :
*** Recent occurence:
Upclose of the central colony unit (Dandelion seed on the picture is good to scale)
The same by next morning:
And another unit in some transition phase; :active as morphing, while decomposition seems have started
EDIT: Last stage, explanation and links:
The "winner" unit, which could ripen has changed color and full of spores:
Amongst many other local names, this interesting creature of Earth is called Yellow Slime Mold / Fuligo septica or the dog vomit slime mold/ (image reference link). First link is from a great article with further photos.