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Not sure if I've ever seen mushrooms growing as early as this in the past, but there seems to be a lot of them growing in my garden at the moment. Here's a picture of some.
 

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Grumps said:
I have plenty growing in my grass for some reason.
No sign of any in my grass at the moment, but half of my garden is woodland and they are growing all over the place in there. I always thought mushrooms were things that grew in the autumn.


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So do we horrible wee shrooms all over the wood chips we put down last year dame you B&Q
 

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Inchindown said:
Not sure if I've ever seen mushrooms growing as early as this in the past, but there seems to be a lot of them growing in my garden at the moment. Here's a picture of some. 
<img src="uploads/29/Mushroom-June2014.jpg" height="525" width="700" />
How the hell did you bend down to take that, I would need a crane to get me up and down
 

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wilma08 said:
Inchindown said:
Not sure if I've ever seen mushrooms growing as early as this in the past, but there seems to be a lot of them growing in my garden at the moment. Here's a picture of some.
<img src="uploads/29/Mushroom-June2014.jpg" height="525" width="700" />
How the hell did you bend down to take that, I would need a crane to get me up and down
I laid an old bath towel on the ground and then just sort of collapsed onto it.


I will admit it took a bit more effort to get up than it took to get down.


A wee hint from an old photographer. If you're going to photograph something at ground level, you really need to get down to the subjects level to get a good shot. And don't forget to move as much rubbish and grass stems from in front of the subject as you can to give a clearer view of what you are shooting.
 

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Inchindown said:
wilma08 said:
Inchindown said:
Not sure if I've ever seen mushrooms growing as early as this in the past, but there seems to be a lot of them growing in my garden at the moment. Here's a picture of some. 
<img src="uploads/29/Mushroom-June2014.jpg" height="525" width="700" />
How the hell did you bend down to take that, I would need a crane to get me up and down <img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley2.gif" align="middle" />
 
I laid an old bath towel on the ground and then just sort of collapsed onto it. <img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley1.gif" height="17" width="17" alt="Smile" title="Smile" />
 
I will admit it took a bit more effort to get up than it took to get down. <img src="http://www.antaraownersclub.com/forum/smileys/smiley2.gif" height="17" width="17" alt="Wink" title="Wink" />
 
A wee hint from an old photographer. If you're going to photograph something at ground level, you really need to get down to the subjects level to get a good shot. And don't forget to move as much rubbish and grass stems from in front of the subject as you can to give a clearer view of what you are shooting.
Thanks for the tip but I will leave the professional stuff to you, and enjoy looking at it through someone else's eyes thank you very much
 

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We have Panaeolus semiovatus shrooms all year round, mainly on our huge pile of horse dung!

-LaZ-
 

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Lazarus said:
We have Panaeolus semiovatus shrooms all year round, mainly on our huge pile of horse dung!

-LaZ-
LOVELY
 
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