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Had a great time in the forest taking snaps :D

It was quite funny at times as I'm laid in the wet grass trying to stop 3 curious dogs trampling what I'm trying to get a picture of all the time I'm trying to avoid the copious amounts of horse poo everywhere :D

These were found in the open areas of the forest














These were found amongst the trees























Thanks for looking :D

And thank you to everyone in Dog Chat for giving me a kick up the butt ;)
 

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those are beautiful pictures; i wish i could take shots like that!
you could print those on canvas and Easily sell them; i know i'd have a couple for my hallway!
 

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Oh those are fabulous. Well done. I can't believe what a great variety you have. The best place that I go for a fungal foray has only a fifth of what you have found.
 

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Thank you everyone for taking a look and for all your lovely comments and 'likes'

Awesome photographs

Do you know which ones are edible?

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No idea :eek: And I wouldn't want to risk it ;)
Most of these were less than an inch across/high so only small

those are beautiful pictures; i wish i could take shots like that!
you could print those on canvas and Easily sell them; i know i'd have a couple for my hallway!
Thank you but they're not quite that good :p
They really are just snaps taken with a decent automatic camera

Ooooo, Ooooo, Oooooo ANOTHER KICK! ANOTHER KICK! ANOTHER KICK!!!!

Come on guys! I want MORE photos. Those are stunning!
What about the tree shots with autumn colours?

Or have I missed that thread?
Having real issues with my internet at the moment - enginerr coming out tomorrow - but I have lots more photo's of my day in the forest you'll be regretting asking now ;)

Loving the camera :) What kind of camera were these shot with?
this one

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Oh those are fabulous. Well done. I can't believe what a great variety you have. The best place that I go for a fungal foray has only a fifth of what you have found.
Not as much as there normally is due to it being even too wet for the fungi!!
Plus they is areal issue with commercial pickers raiding the forest for the edible mushrooms this year :(
BBC News - National Trust criticises New Forest mushroom pickers
 

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Thank you everyone for taking a look and for all your lovely comments and 'likes'

No idea :eek: And I wouldn't want to risk it ;)
Most of these were less than an inch across/high so only small

Thank you but they're not quite that good :p
They really are just snaps taken with a decent automatic camera

Having real issues with my internet at the moment - enginerr coming out tomorrow - but I have lots more photo's of my day in the forest you'll be regretting asking now ;)

this one

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Not as much as there normally is due to it being even too wet for the fungi!!
Plus they is areal issue with commercial pickers raiding the forest for the edible mushrooms this year :(
BBC News - National Trust criticises New Forest mushroom pickers
i dont have anything that pretty to photograph though :( (yet dogless always manages some crackers!)
i might have to get me one of those!
 

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ohhh..yum!!!! at least three , four of those can make lovely stew...;I love wild mushrooms...;)
I see them all the time but end up paying over the odds in the shops :rolleyes:
I wouldn't have a clue which ones are safe to eat :eek:

But I enjoy finding them - it's like when I was a Kid going on an easter egg hunt :D
 
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