I read a few introductory pages of the "Peterson Field Guide to the Ferns". I found it rather amazing that worldwide there are about 10,000 species of ferns covering almost all ecosystems. This includes mountains and swamps; in sunny open fields and dimly lit wet crevices; on high, dry windy cliffs and on still waters of ponds and lakes; in the Arctic and Antarctic Circles (though sparingly) and tropical jungles (in great quantities). The only exception seems to be desert ecosystems.
Unfortunately all I know about the images below is that they are ferns. I have no idea what specie(s) is/are represented here.
All photos were shot with the Panasonic GX80/85 and Olympus 60mm macro.