Lepiota procera: watercolour by Lady Magnon.
It's been raining and, as the soil has been previously warmed, we've a good chance of having some mushrooms.
One of our favourites at this time of year is the Parasol, a meaty mushroom that's best gathered and eaten whilst the cap is still not totally open (don't bother with the stem).
The Parasol is one of the most easily identifiable of all mushrooms. It stands up to 30 cms high, with its cap up to 25 cms wide. It has white gills, a prominent ring just below the cap, and a bulbous foot; unmistakeable.
If any should pop up near you..... bon appétit.