Discussion in 'Exhibition Lounge' started by EightBitTony, Jul 20, 2017.
Is that as in the Chinese "exciting times"?
A few more.............
Are they digital or film scans?
Stupid question!-Scans from AGFA Precisa ISO100 slide film. The bottom pic is from this year, the others are older by about 15 years! The same for posting #27.
There are no stupid questions, just answers that put people off asking again.
This bugger and some of his friends have popped up overnight next to the car park at work:
My brief bit of internet research says that it's a Slippery Jack.
But I'm not going to dig my knife and fork out on the basis of my mediocre mushroom indentification skills!
I can do one of the state of my right big toenail, is that of interest?
A puffball I think - on Brownsea Island...
Oh dear, and just before dinner too.........I'll mention it to Mrs Craig. She's got a lovely cheese sauce on at the moment.
Does that cure it?
Don't knock athlete's foot - for years it was the closest I ever got to being an athlete!
I used to be rubbish at sports until I found out that you could buy trophies!
Beaten up old fungus...
Not surprising, considering it's growing through the rubbish on the pavement at the bottom of a wall on a busy side street.
No idea what it is*, apart from damaged and about four inches across!
* eta possibly a wooly chanterelle?
Whereas I used to be rubbish at sports until I realised I didn't give a damn and gave them up. Apart from snooker, which I aspire to be mediocre at...
Earth star by gray1720, on Flickr
I found this rather lovely earth star in my garden when I shifted a large lump of effing Leylandii from the back hedge. Even better, it looks as though there are two more to follow!
That's a great 'shroom.
I know it's in b&w, but it was all I had:
bracket fungus by Steve Ashton, on Flickr
Some sort of fungus by Steve Higgins, on Flickr
From close up it looks like Nigel's puffball.
From a distance, it looked like the first fungus I posted - white with brown freckles. Mind you, that one was about 15" across and this one was about a tenth of that.
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