Continuing on the fungi theme, these images were captured on a return visit to Fenton Woods. Mr. Cheviot and i had been out walking 2 weeks ago and had called into this area of the woods at the northern tip to examine some cup and ring markings indicated on the map. Having found the markings we spotted some lush fungi as we exited the woods to continue the walk on to Ford Moss. The day we did the walk was the Friday before the large fall of migrants down the east coast. That particular day the conditions had been very misty with a steady N/ N.Easterly wind not making visibility of Ford Moss very good so a return visit to the Moss itself is on the cards. Anyway, i waffle. Remember "more waffling than warbling".We called back to explore the wood further last Thursday spending 4 hours or so but knowhere near covered as much ground as we wanted. Mr. Cheviot had spotted some stunning Fly Agaric last time but was disappointed not to find any this time. Any names put forward would be extremely well received. Enjoy.
A very different feel to my previous posting of fungi. This time reduced if hardly any light resulting in use of flash and long exposures.