Close to the accommodation in the Lüneburger Heide, at the end of the cultivation, a beech forest (with a dolmen) starts which I visited daily and where I found a lot of Ink Caps and other mushrooms.
The Ink Cap on the photo, called Magpie Fungus, growed that quickly that I'm visited the mushroom twice during the afternoon. Unfortunately the day after I had no time for photographing and afterward the Magpie Fungus was on it's way of return.
Near the main path, a part of the forest floor is overgrown by green garden plants and some signs are placed to remind people not to dump their garden (and other) waste.
As I found a lot of (fresh) garden waste and some other 'crazy' things in the forest, I guess that these kind of signs have the opposite effects.
It's unbelievable that people drive to a forest to dump stuff. Next to all the dumped stuff I found a skeleton of a wild boar and when I walked much deeper into the forest I found German LOVE.....or rather what's left of it: