I was struck by these rather large mushrooms, several inches across, that had appeared in small groups in the grassland in Tatton Park. It seems that they are parasol mushrooms.
The two young ones entwined like mother and child are particularly cute.
These mushrooms are apparently more common in the south of Britain, but there certainly seemed to be plenty at Tatton.
They are said to be edible, but then again a very similar species is poisonous, so don’t – unless you know what you’re doing and it is legal to pick them.
I was cursing not having taken camera with me,
but at a pinch the smartphone made not too bad a job of it.