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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Wednesday, 5 October 2011

DEJA VU (05/10/11)

Deja Vu is French and means already seen. You may experience Deja Vu after reading this post. You will be wrong as all images are from this morning. I delayed our walk as it was raining first thing. It’s very windy but the sun has popped out a couple of times so things could be a whole lot worse.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA    Solomon's Temple……………I previously thought it was Solomon’s Tower. No real difference unless one Googles it.

I then decided to have a wander round the deciduous woodland. I heard plenty of Warblers but couldn’t see them for the leaves.

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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA  The Warblers loss was the fungi’s gain…………..some wonderful specimens about.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAHoney Fungus I hope. Plenty of it whatever it is.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA      I’m ninety percent certain this is the same again.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA      This is different I’m going for Common Stump Brittle-Head.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA      This is the same clump as the previous picture but shot with no regard for my sartorial elegance from a wet woodland floor. They are wonderful whatever they turn out to be.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA       This is Artists Fungus….it’s in perfect condition though a bit sandy.

It’s giving a cooler but drier day tomorrow. I just hope it’s brighter.

That’s all for today.

14 comments:

  1. That artist's fungus is well named. It's interesting to see the varieties you have over there--we don't get many mushrooms in the high desert.

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  2. He's got lovely bunch of "fungi". You must have a good sence of mushroom names by now.

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  3. Hi Adrian...I love the third photo...did you tweak it somehow?? ; }
    I love these mushroom ...especailly like the next to last, all stacked up !!
    Growing up I new a gentlemen painter who painted wonderful stuff on the Artist Fungus!!

    Have a great one , what is left of it!!
    Grace
    PS we have our first frost warning for tonight! eeeks!

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  4. JoLynne, If you draw on the white surface it discolours brown.

    Bob, I do know more.........apparently I have another 19,000 to learn. I only know twenty or so.

    Grace, the second and third are tweeked. One out of focus image one in focus then they are stacked.
    It's giving it cold here tomorrow.

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  5. Golly - that tier of Honey Fungus is fantastic.

    I'm missing your maps of where you are. After a few days I forget where exactly you are parked. Will have to work my way back to remind myself.

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  6. John, I didn't do a map because the internet is very slow. Just south of Buxton. If you pop SK17 6UJ into Google maps you should find us.

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  7. Lovely images Adrian...
    So much fungi on your side of the hill.
    It's been so dry this side this Summer I really do have to search them out..

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  8. Hi Adrian, great Fungi photos, love the first photo as well. Solomon's Temple.

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  9. I've never seen so many mushrooms in the one spot. Maybe we just don't get as many here - or I walk around with my eyes shut.

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  10. Andrew, it is a good year for them. I'm supposed to be on the dry side.

    Horst, Thanks, I want some night shots of it. Too windy at the moment. I'm here for a while so we'll see.

    Pauline, they can be difficult to spot. I find most of them whilst going up steep hills. I stop to get my breath and there they are. It is a mucky job though.

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  11. Great fungus shots Adrian.

    btw, the opening shot of Solomon's Temple in your previous blog is just fantastic...and the cow!...[;o)

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  12. Trevor, thanks. They are impressive this year. Magical even.

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  13. I am so happy Adrian...for the first time I understood the English language! :)))))
    Enjoying seeing more mushrooms as well!
    :)

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  14. Dee Bee, Je suis content. Ce n'est pas un problème déjà est la même chose en français et anglais.

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