Small bracket fungi on decaying wood on forest floor.
I am abundantly amused that this trip to the Great Swamp yielded photos of both false turkey tail and true turkey tail. (Actually I think this one is false turkey tail fungus rather than true turkey tail fungus Trametes versicolor, but I don't remember for sure. I checked the bottom, & IIRC it was smooth, but I didn't write it down.)
This is an experiment in Photoshop. I couldn't get shallow enough DOF, & the leaf litter background was too busy. So I selected it & blurred it in Photoshop. (This is something I've tried to do before, but couldn't get it to work right. Finally figured out how to do it by copying the region to be blurred into its own layer & adding a layer mask before blurring, in order to keep the blurred background from "bleeding" into the foreground.) I uploaded the original too. Let me know what you think (both aesthetically & technically).