Yet another day of wonderful light, so I went out several times during the day.
The patch of Phaeolepiota aurea has continued to expand (I think it might be a ring-forming fungus), and this mature specimen had dew on the cap surface:
A vertical close-up provides a nice abstract shot:
This Fenusa dohrnii sawfly larva was clearly visible as it mined the Alder leaf:
Yet another sawfly larva on Bramble:
This Autumn Hawkbit flower is just in the process of opening from the bud:
A couple of shots of the hoverfly Eristalis tenax on Smooth Hawksbeard: