Puy de la Perdrix & Puy du Sancy (background), Saint Babel in foreground:
Having said that, not all of them are mycological experts despite their training - in the words of a French pharmacist friend I knew : “if in doubt, throw it out”
That is a very good “rule of thumb”… and can be applied to most things that might be dangerous in some way…
Hi Jane - Yes l do use filters in many of my photos - in fact l get a great deal of pleasure from the process - however sometimes they are better left in their original state.
I did decide to eat them Alex and they were delicious and no ill effects afterwards…x
Some others came up a short time afterwards but after struggling to identify them I’ve just left them where they are…x
Today’s view. Unfortunately, the weather forecast is for even warmer weather, so the snow won’t last.
Breathtaking… really enjoy everyones photos!
Last day of November tomorrow and Autumn is rapidly drawing to a close - So as a farewell to this glorious fall one last picture from our beautiful canal at Meilhan.
Took this on my phone yesterday evening - one of the reasons I love where we live is the amazing sunsets !
Lot-et-Garonne sunset two nights ago … the view from my window. No editing, photoshopping … yes the sky really was that colour!!
Sublime, who needs to watch television when we have such gorgeous skies above us !