Thursday, November 05, 2020

Creeper - Sit Spot #648 - November 5, 2020

This is what is left 
after the leaves, flowers, and fruit 
have left the ends of the Thicket Creeper vine. 
I like the twists, turns and shapes 
of the remaining structures.

November 5, 2020 10:00 a.m.
Sit 648: Brush Pile W Cloudy
+15° (+15°) w 9-14 kph 63% humidity

(Traffic noises)
Blue Jays,
Unidentified bird chips,
Trees creaking in wind,
(Jet- SKV flight 7646...),


6:30 a.m. - Rooster crowing,

Along the trails -
Heart-leaved Aster blooming
Frost Aster blooming,
Insect calls,
Blue Jays,
Red-breasted Nuthatch,
Leaves rustling underfoot,
Tall Goldenrod blooming,
Black-eyed Susan blooming,
Motherwort blooming,
White-breasted Nuthatch,
Flock of Mourning Doves,
Witch-Hazel blooming,
Thyme in garden blooming,
Celandine blooming,
Dandelion blooming by the road,
Butter & Eggs blooming by the road,
Oxeye Daisy blooming by the road,
Mayweed blooming by the road,
Tall Buttercup blooming by the road,
Wild Parsnip blooming by the road,

Kitchen Window and Bird Feeder -
Blue Jays,
Mourning Doves,
Red-breasted Nuthatch,
White-breasted Nuthatch,
Downy Woodpecker,
Black Squirrels,
Grey Squirrel,
Bats overhead in evening.

Photo Site #2 - East Willow

1 comment:

Jenn Jilks said...

It's a lovely image!