Another trip to local woodlands in the brief few hours when the sun was out this week. Sulham Woods are generally good for fungi and with a wet summer and autumn they are better than average this year.
I won't attempt to identify them all, in case I mislead, just enjoy the pictures. Is this Rosy Bonnet?
And these are probably field mushrooms - they looked and smelt like mushrooms and were close to a field.
This is a parasol mushroom, there were quite a few close to conifers
The view in the woods.
This was the most common fungi on display, in large and impressive numbers. May be Clouded Funnel? Lactarius?