More of that in due course, but with plenty of damp Beech and Birch woodland to wander around, we were astounded by the abundance of fungi to be seen. I know that this is the best time of year for mushrooms and the like, but we were amazed at the variety of colours and forms on display.
Not being anything of an expert in these matters, I looked but did not touch, and neither do I have identifications for many of them...
|Sulphur Tuft, I'm told|
|This is a slime mould, not a fungus|
|Yellow Brain Fungus on Gorse|
|Porcellain Fungus, I'm told|
|I think this is a Lurid Bolete|
There were more, but just how much of a holiday does one spend crawling around in the leaf litter, when there's cake to be had?