One of the great things about mushrooms and fungi is that they get you out of the house.
Whether I’m walking or cycling, I always have my eyes open for mushrooms. And some days I’ll drive out of town to an area of woodland just outside the city.
Every time I go, I find something new. And while I’m not a professional photographer by any means, it gives me a jolt of pleasure every time I spy a mushroom among the leaves, and take a few pictures.
Over time, I’ll add more and more of my photos to this page.
As you’ll see, I haven’t added names to the photos. I’m not an expert at mushroom identification, and wouldn’t want to misidentify anything.
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