Speckled orange on top.
White with some grey dots underneath.
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This looks nothing like the Inonotus dryadeus in my field guide, or most of the photos on ispot. I guess its appearance is quite variable. It looks very similar to Mike D's spot, though.
I think the important thing is the droplets lying on the top and hanging from the edge. I remember that I couldn't decide if these were produced by the fungus, or just left over from the recent shower. I had meant to go back when it was dry, but never did.
And they're both oak (dryad) fungi.
Lat/Lng: 52.36441, -2.36706
OS grid ref: SO751741
On the exposed roots of a large oak, at the edge of the forest, on a steep bank.