Monday, September 21, 2020

Moon - Crepes - Sit Spot #603

For 65 years, since I was 12, I have wanted
to take photos like this
of our moon. 
Finally I have a camera that will.
27.5% of the waxing moon showing this evening.

More history:
I have been taking on-line cooking classes
for a few weeks;
crepes were early on the new skills.
I am getting better at making them
eating is not a problem.

September 21, 2020 10:35 a.m.

Sit #603  : Brush Pile W : Sunny 

+14° (+14°)  se 7-11 kph 59% humidity 

Blue Jays,

Wind in trees,

(Jet, traffic noise),

(United Airlines flight 2377…),


Canada Goldenrod blooming nearby,

Tall Goldenrod blooming nearby,

Daisy Fleabane blooming nearby,

Insect calls,

(Prop Plane),

Calico Aster blooming nearby,

Arrow-leaved Aster blooming nearby,


2:30 a.m. - Silence 

6:25 a.m. -

       1 calling insect,

       1 Goldfinch,

       (Traffic noises)

Along the trails -




White-breasted Nuthatch,

Northern Crescent Butterfly,

Many Insect calls,

Chipmunk Chipping,

Cabbage White Butterfly,

Sulphur Butterfly,

Small low flying beige moths,

Wooly Bear Caterpillar,

Kitchen Window and Bird Feeder - 

Blue Jays,


Mourning Doves,


Red-breasted Nuthatch,

White-breasted Nuthatch,


Black Squirrels.

Gray Squirrels,

Red Squirrel.

Photo Site #4 - North Ridge Trail

1 comment:

Jenn Jilks said...

You are droll. 'Eating them isn't a problem!'