25th January


Long journey, today. Stopped in at Lough Neagh for a quick picture or two. It was certainly a worthwhile detour.


This dead branch was covered in little bracket fungi - each was about 10 cm across.

A pair of Mallards was gently cruising across the Lough.


The Hawthorn buds are opening a little earlier in the east of the country.

A fine cluster of Sarcoscypha or Fairy Bath fungi was growing on some dead wood (either Hawthorn or Oak). The largest specimen is 3 cm across.

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