It's that fungi, fun time of the year again!

25th October 2016
Recently I have had a lovely day with Mark Sisson of Nature Images, getting down and low with some fungi in West Sussex.

The Magpie Ink cap was my first viewing of this spectacular species and as ever I loved the hamlet like huddles of tiny toadstools that almost look like a little fairy palace.

Ever the patient instructor Mark, as usual, was able to show me some much needed creative ways of thinking about future images.None to really share from this trip but I came away inspired to be more daring moving forward.

It was back to a more local stomping ground for Fly Algaric and as usual I have come away with more than just a couple of reasonable photographs..those pesky, silent, invisible, woodland insects have had a good old chew of me! Obviously on one level or more I must resemble one big fungi to them! How very charming!

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