Photos of our corner of the countryside and, at a friend's house, a "free-range"coq with a harem of "poulettes" parading after him (not pictured). As usual, the girls ran in the opposite direction when they saw me.
He had one eye on me and the other on his fans, so he didn't have time to calculate and get out of my camera range.
News bulletin: It was reported on the French TV nouvelles that it has been at least 50 years since the wild mushroom crop has been as rich and plentiful in the French forests as it is this year. The report was wrapped up with the warning: "If you have any doubts, ask an expert or take your champignons to your pharmacy for confirmation."
Then an expert showed us the difference between two mushrooms I thought were identical. They weren't. Like everything else in this life, it's always all about the details. One was lethal, the other edible.