If you enjoyed my lichen walk a couple of weeks ago, I think you’ll like this post too.
When I stopped to take the second photograph for my diary of a field, I noticed a fallen tree trunk which is screened by the remains of a hedge and the undergrowth of the verge. It’s obviously been there for a long time but I’ve never observed it before.
When I got closer I realised there was some beautiful fungi growing on the rotting wood.
This patch of moss was like a flecked, tufted carpet.
And a couple of struggling plants were trying to make a new life for themselves in the cracks and crevices.
Rather a surprise to find so much!
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