14 of us gathered at Dersingham Bog on an amazingly mild 15 degrees C November morning.
We were soon scattered far and wide throughout the woods searching for what proved to be the very elusive fungi. Eventually we decided it was time to move on for some refreshments. Tim had recommended The Granary just a few miles up the road at Snettisham so off we went and enjoyed some lightish lunches and/or cakes (or both!). Excellent food, fascinating place with an amazing array of antiques, knick knacks and locally made handicrafts and produce for sale.
A few of us decided to drive down to the beach at Snettisham and were rewarded with a splendid sunset.
Some of our images are below:
|Bonnet by Marnie Ball
|Small Bracket Fungus on Birch by Tim Leonard
|Birch Polypore by Di Jackson
|Hoof Fungus by Maureen Campbell
|Milk-Cap by Andy Caws
|Parasol by Sue Baldwin
|Young Puffball by Tim Leonard
|Bracket by Marnie Ball
|Fly Agaric by Graham Jackson
|Bracket Fungus by Tim Leonard
|Candlesnuff Fungus by Maureen Campbell
|Milk Cap by Sue Baldwin
|Bracket Fungus by Graham Jackson
|Fungus by Di Jackson
|Knots at Snettisham by Marnie Ball
|Snettisham Sunset by Di Jackson