Sketchbook

October colour

I went to find Fly Agarics on Yearsley Moor this morning. They grow beneath birch trees and it wasn’t long before I found my first. There were many beautiful fungi in the wood. I could hear migrating Skylarks and a few Swallows above the canopy. A very large flock of Long- tailed, Blue, Great and Coal Tits searched the still leafy canopy. With them were a pair of Willow Tits uttering their harsh “ti, chay, chay, chay” call, Treecreepers and Goldcrests.

Fly Agarics- watercolour in sketchbook

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