My three gorgeous nieces, Rachel, Hannah and Lucy, spent the weekend staying with us. With such beautiful late autumn weather we decided a brisk walk around Knole Park was in order. The girls were keen to hunt down the many deer that live in the park and were not disappointed.
Though I'm not sure what sort of deer these were they sure had long antlers!
We also came across a range of interesting fungi. No idea what they are, but wonderful colours and shapes, and a great opportunity to try out the macro lens.
|Fly Agaric - always a crowd pleaser|
The unseasonably mild temperatures had also allowed a few Common Darter to survive; we even watched a pair ovipositing in one of the ponds.
|Dewy spider's web|
A super walk in beautiful weather, everyone returned ready for a tasty stew, before Mum and Dad took the girls home to complete Hannah's double home work. Thanks for all the entertainment, and looking forward to seeing you again soon.