‘Look – here she comes, her skin is lichen and her flesh is moss and her bones are fungi, she breathes in spores and she moves by hyphae. She is a rock-breaker, a tree-speaker, a place-shaper, a world-maker.’
MacFarlane Robert and Donwood Stanley (2019:1) – Ness – 1st ed – Hamish Hamilton
I have been reading about the underground network of mycelium in, 'Entangled Life', by Merlin Sheldrake, and, 'Finding the Mother Tree', by Suzanne Simard. Such a fascinating world of natural mutual, symbiotic super worlds, playing out right under our feet across what has become known as the, 'Wood Wide Web'