Its weird this is the first question I have posted in 3 years Up top as I call it, when it becomes hot I head for the hills, 39 in the garden 22 in the mountains I see a landscape created by frost and rain and continuous soil erosion the rock is Limestone but what are the intrusions
Thanks for your reply the rock is Limestone but the erosion I think is unique to mountains, for 10,000 years the bare rocks are subject to annual fresh snow and then rain the hardest bits being laid bare in my opinion they have been formed by a living creature/s but what I have no idea
Whilst questioning, whats this fungi never seen the likes before
size is two clenched fists
I don't actually recognize them, but my feeling is concretion - akin to flint in the chalk.
You may need to find a local resource to help you (book or person).
...And maybe they'd know about that meringue fungus!
(If it is not called that, I think it ought to be.)
Hi Mike thank you
Re the fungi it had the texture of a meringue and sounded like one when I hit it I should have opened it up but I tend to leave things be, possibly a Puff Ball I have seen these but in the Americas http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calvatia_sculpta