10-01. CBG. Was looking at a Dahlia, and realized the back was even more interesting.
10-05. Fall color starting in the morning haze. Cornfield obscures my view this year.
10-10. CSW. Practicing action on the Great Blue Heron. I like the open mouth.
10-12. Went on a birding trip with the museum. Sherman Marsh was one stop.
10-14. Peak Preserve. There is a Crane Fly stuck in the goo on one of these mushrooms.
10-18. CSW. Went looking for mushrooms. Hardly any at all and I got lost in the woods!
10-20. Came out to find the full moon still there in the morning.
10-27. Looked down and saw that this fence tightener says "Keep Fence Clean". Struck me funny!
10-30. Color next door a week later. Fall is giving way.
10-01. CBG. Lupine.
10-07. Early morning pond reflections.
10-10. CSW. Some of a series of very large mushrooms growing in a line under some pines.
10-12. White Lined Sphinx Moth caterpillar at Sherman Marsh. First one of these I have seen.
10-14. Peak Preserve. Hydnellum peckii, Bleeding Tooth Fungus. Definitely a first for Jeanne Williams and I.
10-18. CSW. The new trees in the meadow turned brilliant colors.
10-21. Vivid color next door.
10-29. Maples and color at my neighbor's farm.
10-03. My Okra plants are still trying to flower. Their flowers are amazing. As I was setting this one up, this lady bug came along.
10-07. Dew on the Pyracanthus leaves.
10-10. A number of Turkey Vulture flying straight overhead. These two were perfectly aligned.
10-12. Mantids in the driveway at Old Woman Creek. "Why Don't We Do it in the Road?"
10-15. Heavy fog this morning. Headed around the corner to CSW.
10-18. Giant Leopard Moth caterpillar showing his red stripes.
10-21. More playing with multiple exposures. More practice is needed.
10-29. Columbia Station.
10-03. Side view of the Okra flower.
10-09. Yellow Rumped Warbler eating Poison Ivy berries at Peak Preserve. Ugh, Scratch!
10-11. Went to Big Swamp with the Museum. This mushroom split into a star shape.
10-12. At the lake's edge at Sherman Marsh.
10-15. Black River from the bridge on my way home. Fog had lifted to mist.
10-19. One of my first attempts at in-camera multiple exposure with my new 70D.
10-22. Morning sun on the Pyracanthus leaves in the grass.
10-05. Crane fly on a Mini Dahlia.
10-10. CSW . Young White Throated Sparrow.
10-11. Skunk Cabbage shoots at Big Swamp. They are associated with early Spring, but start shooting up in Fall.
10-14. Early morning bird on the edge of the pasture.
10-15. Another shot of the Black River.
10-19. More classic macro of a Cosmos. I threw some old wildflower seed in a patch in the Spring, and suddenly in October these Cosmos started blooming profusely.
10-24. Uh-oh! Ice on the birdbath this morning.
10-29. Columbia Station. I call this one Out of the Meadow.