The area I went to yesterday is a high boggy area which is very good for mosses, since they need water for the early stages of their lifecycle.
Two of the most prominent mosses in this area are Rhytidiadelphus triquetris:
and Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus:
Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus might be more familiar to you as one of the mosses which grows on poorly-drained lawns.
The Reindeer Lichen Cladonia portentosa is making the pale, cloudy, growths that peek out from the clumps of Sphagnum:
Higher up, one specimen of Pine was sporting pale green needles, which indicate new growth:
And this Willow bud was closest to opening:
Notice that the tip of the branch has been burnt by the heavy frosts we had in December.