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We must have both gained weight that evening at the fair. . . the fresh aromas were too enticing to refuse. . .

Mistaken Identity. These are likely to be the Clouded Funnels (Clitocybe nebularis) and not as I initially thought the Livid Pinkgills (Entoloma sinuatum). Thank you miketaylor11 for ID correction. Still look attractive and not as poisonous (Phew) and could be even edible, but www.wildfooduk.com/mushroom-guide/clouded-agaric/. Old arboretum. Westonbirt Arboretum, South Gloucestershire, England.

Mistaken Identity. These are likely to be the Clouded Funnel (Clitocybe nebularis) and not as I initially thought the Livid Pinkgills (Entoloma sinuatum). Thank you miketaylor11 for ID correction. Still look attractive and not as poisonous (Phew) and could be even edible, but www.wildfooduk.com/mushroom-guide/clouded-agaric/. Old arboretum. Westonbirt Arboretum, South Gloucestershire, England.

Hamburg, Germany.

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Funnel cake stand at Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, California

 

Day 254 of my 366 Project

Mealy Funnel (Clitocybe vibecina)

26 December 2017, Solihull

Mistaken Identity. These are likely to be the Clouded Funnels (Clitocybe nebularis) and not as I initially thought the Livid Pinkgills (Entoloma sinuatum). Thank you miketaylor11 for ID correction. Still look attractive and not as poisonous (Phew) and could be even edible, but www.wildfooduk.com/mushroom-guide/clouded-agaric/. Old arboretum. Westonbirt Arboretum, South Gloucestershire, England.

M/S Vindhem

 

Stockholm, Sweden

The distinctive “whale tail” funnel of Carnival Cruise Lines, as spotted aboard the Carnival Triumph.

  

This is one of my favourite locations on the coastline of Portknockie in Morayshire, Scotland. The waves come flying in here with real speed and force, having been funnelled in the gaps between the rocks. This does mean you have to keep your wits about you depending on where you set up. I also love how this little bit of land becomes an island briefly at high tide.

Giant Funnel | Leucopaxillus giganteus | Tricholomataceae

 

Samsung NX1 & Steinheil Munchen 'Cassar S' - 50mm f/2.8

10mm Macro Tube | 12 Aperture Blades | Wide Open | Manual Focus | Available Light | Handheld

 

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Walking along the Air Canal in Rotterdam.

 

The Luchtsingel ("air canal") elevated walkway was constructed to revitalise a rundown part of central Rotterdam, and connect together several areas of the city.

 

A blog of my visit to Rotterdam:

This Could be Rotterdam

Tawny Funnel (Lepista flaccida or Clitocybe flasque)

20 December 2017, Grand Union Canal towpath, Knowle, Solihull

I thnk this is a Tawny Funnel, but I am happy to be corrected. Seen in Hanningfield Woods today.

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Tawny Funnel or Tawny Funnel Cap (Lepista flaccida, L. inversa, Clitocybe inversa, C. splendens, etc.)

16 December 2018

Cuttle Pool Nature Reserve, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, Temple Balsall

www.warwickshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/reserves/cuttle-pool

Two funnel-web spiders, possibly Labyrinth spiders (Agelena labyrinthica)

Agelena is a genus of agelenid spiders that trap their prey by weaving entangling non-sticky funnel webs. The genus is limited to the Old world, where it occurs from Africa to Japan. (Wikipedia)

7 July 2018, Malvern & Brueton Park LNR, Solihull

A day to find out/ Quebec.

Trip to the Isle of Wight aboard the red funnel ferry from Southampton to Cowes.

The radar helps to locate the listeners...

Atracinae. Said to be the world’s deadliest spider!

 

This was found in my friends garden just up the road. My thanks to David Kemp for his help!

Again, not sure on ID but going by my book it looks closest to the Aniseed funnel. It was under deciduous trees

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