False Chanterelle, Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca. Note the pattern on the gills.
The same False Chanterelle as the last photo. If you zoom in on the gills, you can see that they split as they transition from the center to the edge.
Extremely tiny eyelash cups growing directly on the mud in the bottom of a ravine.
A cluster of young Stemonitis axifera before the stalks separate.
A white slime mold, possibly Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa var. fruticulosa.
Stupid camera! Makes me so mad when the camera slightly misses the focus and I forget to check the image.