The forest is always dark. Not necessarily for the eyes, but for the camera. And especially when it is cloudy or raining as in the last couple of days. But I had to go to the woods. I had a feeling the mushrooms had arrived. And I was right. So I picked some, and tried to do some pictures too. In the “dark”.
A couple of porcinis, Boletus edulis, went home with me.
Also different kinds of russulas. It is hard to know the different kinds of russulas, but they are never poisenous and I know how to find out which one is edible.
These ones I actually don’t know, except there is an old russula to the right.
The brown fly agaric mushroom is poisonous, like the red one. There are a lot of them in my mushroom woods and it is an interesting mushroom, but I never pick it of course. In the picture below, you can see how it looked the day before. So they can grow and unfold quite fast. So I shouldn’t wait too long before going back to the woods. And by the way: NEVER pick a mushroom to eat if you don’t know what you are doing.