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Winter Photography

Sunday, December 30th 2012

During the summer there are flowers and insects, bugs and beasties, and not forgetting the creepy crawlies all waiting to be photographed for the blog!!  There are less opportunities for variety during the winter.  However as you walk around look for the intrepid photographer squirrelled away.  What was Brian recording in this willow tree? 

Brian taking photographs

Another fungus! This species had been noticed before Christmas but in the last few days we have been more observant and have found it growing on several willow trees.  It grows along the branches and can be seen quite high up in the trees.  (Well high up for Elizabeth!!))

Fungi on willow

A close up of this fungus shows its beauty.  

Close up of fungi on willow

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