It appears that sunrise is the best time for photos lately.
Below is a photo of Gray Dogwood (Cornus racemosa). It is also called Panicled Dogwood for obvious reasons. In addition to reproducing by the berries, it also spreads by sending out roots with new growth coming up around the centre core. Often the Gray Dogwood will look like a mound of growth with the oldest part at the centre and newer sprouts coming up around the edges. (Yes, I used Photoshop to gray out everything that was not Dogwood.)
I am always intrigued by flowers that bloom in spite of the leaves on the plant turning brown. These flowers are on a Canada Goldenrod (Solidago canadensis}.