A walk through Epping Forest this morning just after a short rain shower.
The forest had everything – colour, sunshine, bright red fungi, old trees with nooks and crannies and the blazing oranges of autumnal ferns.
All images taken on the Olympus EM-1 with a 45 – 150mm lens. I travelled very light.
Is there a better way to spend an autumn morning?
From a walk in Epping Forest yesterday – all images taken around High Beech
From a walk in Hatfield Forest this morning….
Found on an old log in our garden …..
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Hi. Not been around too much this week. I lost my Mac computer for some essential repairs, and I’ve only just got myself back on line.
Anyway, I found these in Hatfield Forest. Lovely colours and textures – in a beautiful location!
This was pointed out to me in our local park by a guy who clearly knows more about fungi-type things that I ever will.
Another fine example of not having to move far from home to find something interesting.
Discovered this morning in Epping Forest, the last remains of a fairy ring.
A pleasure to photograph; but more difficult to stand up again after lying flat in the leaves to get the shot!
D800 + 70mm macro lens, ISO 400, f/11 @ 1/23 sec.
It looked like some small creature had got to this equally small fungi ( less than a couple of inches across ) and had a good feed before abandoning the empty carcass.
Taken this afternoon in Hatfield Forest, Essex, using the macro setting on my Nikon P100, ISO400 1/1000 sec at f/2.8.