A red admiral butterfly, flying to the top of a coniferous tree; basking in the sunshine on a branch. This was about the last mild autumn day. Next night, it would freeze. Has the butterfly survived that?
After the coral fungi, these small mushrooms. Probably one of many Mycena species.
This, on a fallen tree, looks like another Mycena species.
On a stump, much bigger fungi. Some of them whitish, some greenish like salad; between orange-reddish fallen autumn leaves.
As we went to the exit, a buzzard landed on a branch.
Don’t let their small size fool you. Fungi are capable of mind-blowing feats: here.