Today I carried out my regular patrol of the Dells alongside the Water of Leith, one of Edinburgh's rivers. The Autumn colours are wonderful at the moment, especially the birches (first photo below) and beeches (third photo)
and there are lovely fungi everywhere - those in the first photo may be Trooping Funnels, but I'm not sure and the rest I really don't know, so if you know what any of them are, let me know in the comments!
The fungi in the last photo above were forming something of a ring near the tree where there is usually a gathering of Garden Snails at this time of year, so I went to have a look and there they were!
On the way home I popped into North Merchiston Cemetery, where the Beech trees are particularly lovely at the moment
and I was delighted to find these Snowy Waxcaps