Not to sure about this one. If you know what this is, correct me if I am wrong.
False turkey tail? Second pic is a rear view, but the fungi is so old it may not be helpful.
Growing on log.
375 found in open area with oaks and pines, at old visitor center to trailhead
Burnt orange, no pores, smooth hymenium
Growing on a log
Habitat: found between beech magnolia slope forest and bay gall
Orange/red bracket mushroom
Stereum ostrea, also called false turkey-tail and golden curtain crust, is a basidiomycete fungus in the genus Stereum. It is a plant pathogen and a wood decay fungus. The name ostrea, from the word 'oyster', describes its shape. With concentric circles of many colors, it highly resembles Trametes versicolor, turkey-tail, and is thus called the 'false turkey-tail'. The stemless fruiting body is shell-like and grows 1–7 cm (0.39–2.8 in) high. It is tough and inedible. It grows on...