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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.
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Saturday, 8 September 2018

WOODS WALKING.

Thursday night it poured down. It's also getting a little chilly first thing in the morning. I needed some bread and other bits from the CO-OP and decided on the way back to explore another bit of the forest. Nothing much about but I was surprised to see a Green Veined White flutter past.
I'm hoping to get the Combine video patched together today. I wish I'd never discovered colour correction, it's an absolute minefield, an interesting minefield but it is never ending. 

 A good place for a wander but a bit heavy going.

The Rowan trees are always a grand sight.

 Fly Agaric.
Not sure.

I'll get out now as we are running late this morning. Have a good weekend.

8 comments:

  1. That place might be heavy going for a stroll, Adrioan, but it looks delightful. Enjoyed your fungi images too, but haven't got a clue about the ID of the second one. Best wishes - - Richard

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    1. Richard, this bit is fine as it's old planting. Next door is a new patch of conifers and that bit is awful.

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  2. Nice fungi shots, we don't have any around here, have to go in the native bush areas to see them.

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    1. Amy, from now until the beginning of November there will be lot's of fungi. I found a few puffballs on this walk but picked them before I remembered to take a snap.

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  3. There can't be many places that have a better way to walk home from the shops.

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    1. Pauline, I drove to the shop. I can walk and do sometimes it is about twenty minutes across country but three or four miles by road.

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