Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Up the road, afternoon.

The curious, pale, waxy, unidentified fungi with the livid gills are pushing up through the dead grass and leaves in the hedgebanks. They go from convex domes to concave cups.

1 comment:

Bee said...

Livid gills! So beautifully descriptive. I like how it gives off a whiff of creepy menace -- which mushrooms in the wild do tend to have, as much as I love them.