September 23rd was the official first day of autumn and right on time, the signs of a change in the seasons are becoming obvious here in the northeast corner of Washington State. I thought it would be fitting to start the entries of our new life to coincide with a change of seasons.
Our pumpkins are turning orange in the garden.
Sunflowers are fading and forming seeds.
|Red Blueberry Leaves|
The leaves on our blueberry shrubs are turning red.
|Garden Spider Spinning a Web|
An enormous spider is spinning a web on the apple tree.
|Cattail Seeds Blowing in the Wind|
The cattails are going to seed and dispersing in the wind.
A beautiful dragonfly with tattered wings rests on a leaf. The once plentiful numbers flying around our pond are now reduced to just a few.
What beautiful photos of the changing season. I've never seen cattail go to seed.ReplyDelete
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