great photos...love the red!xxx
Great photos of a lovely day Rachel. Love the concave red fungus, which grows in beech woodland.Rose H
Whoops! sorry meant to say common name for the fungus is Scarlet Elf Cup, very apt!
A very good day, then! Love the Flossie photos!
Flossie, I was with you all the way along the shore...Rachel, I am curious...what exactly are those red (curls, flowers, split balls...)?And by the by, the photo system you acquired is worth every pence! Love those snapshots!Enjoy a nice evening with your little family,
What a lifestyle! Flossie is one very lucky dog to have found her way to you.
it has been a lovely day.thats a good cat..
I was hoping someone would tell me what the fungus was - thanks, Rose!And that delightful cat lives next door, with its brother.
Beautiful Flossie... and beautiful Mo. Love your photos!
What a lovely way to spend a Sunday.
Lovely pics, gorgeous part of England you live in. Never seen that fungus before, kinda cute and nasty at the same time...lol. Take care, Lyn x
Such sweet faces.And intriguing fungi.Happy Sunny Day!!
Isn't that the train from Railway Children?
I've never seen that particular fungus. Isn't it fabulous?
It's wonderful to know of a Blogger with eagle eyes , an excellent camera , sturdy legs , boundless energy ... and a Flossie .Thanks to her kindness , I can sit and enjoy a walk on a Somerset beach , while eating my porridge .
Gorgeous photos, it was like being there! I've never even heard of that particular fungus, the colour is amazing.
I see Flossie likes to be wet most of the time, like all good Labradors:-)
A beach walk and a steam train, what bliss. I thought the fungus was the red fleshy part of some Yew berries but I'm glad to be disabused of that notion.
What a fine, fine head Flossie has. A dog's dog. And Jigs would like to be that slim but has trouble managing her appetite.
Yes .. you are certainly getting the hang of the camera - gorgeous shots & that Flossie she is one handsome labr-adore !! 3 cheers xoxo les Gang
Lovely pictures, and a steam train... perfect. I love the sound of trains and have lived in houses near to lines several times. I miss the sound of them at night!
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