3rd January


Original Hedgerow between showers.


This Psathyrella was growing under the Hawthorn - a fruitful place to search at the moment.

Perhaps Psathyrella vernalis. Vernal relates to spring, but if the plants are confused, why shouldn't the fungi be?


A few heads of Sharp-flowered Rush  - Juncus acutiflorus - are still standing. They accumulate water quite nicely.


As do the leaves of the Scots Pine - Pinus sylvestris.

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