The caps of this fungus had a white bloom, almost as if they had been dusted with flour. I have no idea what type it is - but there is a lot of it. I suspect it is not an edible type, but if it is there is enough there to feed a lot of people!
Coming back from the place mentioned above, I noticed that there are also loads of fungi in the little patch of grass directly opposite our house. The ones in one particular patch (below) are a very bright white colour. At first I thought they were puffballs of some sort.
Closer inspection revealed that many of them had an unusual squareish shape:
The yellow streaks on the cap are probably a warning that these things are not nice. I'm certainly not going to try eating any of them, and I washed my hands very carefully after handling this one!
Of course once I started looking I found lots and lots of fungi. The ones below are all photographed within a few minutes of each other, in an area of about 50 x 20 metres. I'm afraid I have no idea what any of them are. Vesna, are you reading this? Help!