We had an amazing November 12 day yesterday. It was much warmer than a usual November day and sunny for an additional treat. While out walking Églantine photographed a fungus and strawberry leaf.
At long last, I got around to digging the rest of the potatoes out of the garden.
I planted three short rows of potatoes in the spring, hoed them about once during the summer and in general ignored them and let them be surrounded by weeds and still I dug up over 34 kg (75 lbs) of potatoes. That does not count the potatoes that we have been digging since late August for the occasional meal.
While I was digging potatoes, Églantine was taking photos including this great one of a Chickadee on one of our Sunflower plants!
While supper was cooking I looked outside and noticed the late afternoon sun lighting up one of our tall garden grasses.
The sun was setting so I walked to the edge of the yard and got this photo.
And with the wide angle lens of the camera, this is what I saw.
Not being one to leave something beautiful alone, I played with the image with Photoshop and got this result.