I am endlessly fascinated by the wild fungus outcrops that autumn rains bring. I don't know whether it is because we have had such a bad drought that the fungus is more spectacular than ever - or maybe I am just noticing it with fresh eyes since it is a year since I last saw it! Whatever it is - just fascinating.....
Then these big babies growing in an old tree stump. Maybe 15 different clusters, all at different stages in their life cycle. See them poking out from under the wood?
|These were tiny - about 1cm across - and so orange|
|Nearing the end of their life cycle and looking a bit ugly!|