Sanderlings everywhere, a delight to watch.
On a misty morning.
The ferry is closed so the beach was fairly quiet.
Looking for a spider.
A Dartford warbler.
In the afternoon the rain returned.
A lot of rain has fallen and it is getting very soggy on the moor.
A nice rainbow between the showers.
Wood Blewits (Lepista nuda).
A bit old and soggy.
At Middlebere the crows had found some carrion.
and were not keen to share it.
Yellow legged gull.
A good year for the fungi despite the slow start.
Orange Webcap (Cortinarius mucosus) – Morden Bog
Purple Jellydisc (Ascocoryne sarcoides) – New Forest
Penny Bun (Boletus edulis) – New Forest
Purple Stocking Webcap (Cortinarius mucifluoides) – New Forest
Bruising Webcap (Cortinarius purpurascens) – New Forest
Smooth Earth Tongue (Geoglossum cookeanum) – Morden Bog
Spectacular Rustgill (Gymnopilus junonius) – Morden Bog
Egghead Mottlegill (Panaeolus semiovatus) – Morden Bog
The Charcoal Burner (Russula cyanoxantha) – New Forest
Bloddy Brittlegill (Russula sanguinaria) – Morden Bog
Still going strong with large groups of Fly Agarics springing up.
Shaggy Scalycap (Pholiota squarrosa).
Sepia Bolete (Boletus porosporus).
Bitter Beech Bolete (Boletus calopus).
Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus).
Chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius).
Bitter Oysterling (Panellus stipticus) growing with..
Candle Snuff Fungus (Xylaria hypoxylon).
Intriguing but unidentified.
a jelly like fungus on a stump.