The trees have begun to change rapidly. The meadow next to the pond wasn't getting any sun since the mist over the pond was so thick. The sun streamed in rays through the openings in the trees across the pond. A few Blackpoll warblers are still hanging around. An Eastern Phoebe sallied out from the edges of the meadows after invisible insects. A Purple Finch and a Palm Warbler were two unusual birds here. I also found a small puffball mushroom.
I walked back to the pond, and along the main path photographed some cool little mushrooms. Even though most of the mushrooms were only an inch to a few inches in height I tried to make them seem as large as possible, in the process getting my clothes quite moist. Because of the low light I needed a slow shutter speed, so for most of the shots I took, the camera was simply sitting on the ground.
Checklist for Pine Tree Brook Path: http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S11745570