This close-up of thistle seeds ready to be blown away by the next wind looks like an abstract.
The cross spider is very commonly seen in houses and gardens at this time of year.
These tiny and delicate mushrooms were growing through moss and barely peeping above it.
Ripening from a dull green to vivid red.
This delicate mushroom is possibly a Little Japanese Umbrella past its best.
A wasp resting on a leaf.
This is probably one of the amanita species of toadstools. My guess is that it is the False Death Cap. Other amanita species include the accurately named Death Cap and the Destroying Angel.
This troop of mushrooms was growing on a pile of wood chippings.
This inkcap mushroom is gently deliquescing – disintegrating from the rim to release its spores.
A hoverfly resting on a leaf. Notice the rear end of its abdomen, where it seems to be excreting some of the pollen it has eaten.
Another species of bolete, no more precisely identified.