Sunday, November 08, 2020

Goldenrod and friends - Leaves - Sit Spot #650 - November 8, 2020

I approached to photograph the Tall Goldenrod;
the Ant and Cucumber Beetle
were an added bonus

While sitting on our porch
having coffee this morning
I saw these lilac leaves
lingering on our lilac bush
all by themselves
catching the sunshine.

November 8, 2020 10:05 a.m.

Sit 650   : Brush Pile W : Sunny 

+10° (+10°) sw 2-3 kph 87% humidity 

(Prop Plane),

Blue Jays,

Woodpecker drumming,

(Traffic noises)

(Jet - SKV flight 7646...),

White-breasted Nuthatch,


Extras -

3:15 a.m. - Coyotes singing outside 

       not too far from our bedroom window

6:55 a.m. - 



Along the Trails -



Pileated Woodpecker,

Frost Aster blooming,


Leaves rustling underfoot,

Tall Goldenrod blooming,

Cucumber Beetle,


Black-eyed Susan blooming 

Motherwort blooming 

Blue Jays,

Insect calls,

Heart-leaved Aster blooming,

Hairy Bittercress blooming,

Oxeye Daisy blooming by road,

Butter & Eggs blooming by road,

Canadian Geese flying overhead in p.m.

Kitchen Window and Bird Feeder - 

Blue Jays,



Mourning Doves,


Red-breasted Nuthatch,

White-breasted Nuthatch,

Downy Woodpecker,

Grey Squirrel.

Photo Site #6 - Close up of East Willow

1 comment:

Jenn Jilks said...

Our deer have been nibbling at the last lilac leaves, and the weeds. It's that time of year!