…although temperatures in the UK are on a downward turn, so this year’s mushrooms may well be living on borrowed time. Pics below and, as always, click on the images to enlarge.
We took a second mushroom walk today, and I’ve posted another set of shroomy photos below. (Click on the images to enlarge.)
…and here’s the pick of the day! (PS. We didn’t actually pick them. You’re not allowed to.)
Photographed while out on a very muddy walk yesterday: both Jelly Rot and Black Bulgar are widespread, neither of them are horribly poisonous or anything interesting like that, but the Black Bulgar will stain your fingers if you touch it.
Dr B and I set out for a walk today, determined to get a bit of fresh air and to catch up on some mushroom-spotting. I must admit, when Dr B first breezed in a couple of years ago waving a newly-acquired Collins Complete Guide to British Mushrooms and Toadstools, my heart sank. Yes, I’m afraid it…