How lucky are we to live where chanterelles grow. Love love love them! Mount Elphie.
Does this look like pig ears? It does, it does. And hence the common name for Gomphus clavatus.
After 7 years, Balfour and McDowell are lucky enough to spot another hawk wing. Happiness on Mount Elphinstone.
Little gems – the beautiful mauve Laccaria amethyst-occidentalis. Lower Mount Elphinstone.
The perfect bolete is a beautiful thing. And McDowell is happy with even one. Upper Roberts Creek.
This boletus mirabilis goes full monty: fruit body and mycelium. Totally awesome! Upper Roberts Creek.