Monthly Archives: February 2014
You’d never know it from the picture but this is very close to the car park. One of my favourite ambles back to the car.
I know I should be grateful to the dog for getting me up this early on a winter’s morning…
Teeny tiny mushroom in moss.
Yup, it’s that small. That is moss, not some huge architectural plant.
It wasn’t really smoke, honest, it’s just the way the light was.
So there I was putting fresh gravel down on the drive and and this sunset happened. Spectacular, but slightly distracting from the task at hand.
Again, with the probably not being true fungi, but who cares when they look like the growth rings on seashells?
No doubt my Biologist son will tell me that it isn’t a true fungus at all, but something else with an incomprehensible name, but it’s a squiggly thing I found growing on a fallen tree trunk.
Walking the dog in the forest in the rain had some compensations – having spotted these berries I checked in on them from time to time, but they ever looked as good as when I first saw them.