Very tiny "mushroom drops", the largest one less than 1 cm
Netherlands, Bussum, Spanderswoud, Oct. 2012
I think this is the Dacryomyces stillatus - Jelly Spot Fungus - Zerfließende Gallertträne - Oranje Druppelzwam
From http://eol.org/pages/1030016/details : This saprotrophic, or decomposer, jelly fungus is notable for its small orange gelatinous appearance. Its common name is the Jelly Spot Fungus. Growing to sizes between 2-8mm, Dacrymyces stillatus is gregarious and appears in large groups and clusters on coniferous and deciduous woods. The fruiting bodies are broad, round, convex and at length plicate, meaning that it can grow to become shell or fan shaped.