(Only photo I could get of this one.)
This guy was about eye level, inside an oak's old limb hole.
Large stands still flowering in areas of park grazed by cattle.
One of a Pair
Sunflowers, also they are in the family named Asteraceae.
You can barely see it, but this is a turtle, and it falls under Chordata.
Segmented worms, which falls under the Phylum Annelid.
One of a half-dozen dead trees in the old cemetery.
Not sure about the ID; hoping that would be a clue as to the fungus growing at the base of one in this ghostly grove:http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/2390786