This photograph is a lesson on ensuring that you have adequate notes written to accompany your nature photographs if you plan on actually identifying the species. In this instance, I didn’t, so I can only be tentative at best with the identification of the orange-coloured fungus on the fallen tree.
Assuming that the fallen tree is a conifer, then I think my identification is correct. On the other hand, if it is an alder (which I’m doubting because of the angle of the branches to the tree), it is perhaps Tremella aurantia, which superficially resembles Dacrymyces chrysospermus, but differs quite a bit at the microscopic level. The inescapable fact, though, is this: to identify fungi, lichens and mosses, know thy substrate!
This is another photograph taken in MacMillan Provincial Park (Cathedral Grove) last October.