9/02. Crab Spider tucked itself into my Dragonflowers.
9/06. Peak Preserve.
9/13. Peak Preserve. Rained on a CMNH field trip, but made the Bindweed lovely.
9/15. CBG A September rose.
9/20. I think this is a type of Katydid.
9/22. Sunset behind the cottonwood. Some spectacular ones lately.
9/25. CSW. Beginning Fall color and reflections. Wonderful day!
9/30. New England Aster with bee.
9/06. Peak Preserve. Song Sparrow with his dinner.
9/14. CSW. Stiff Goldenrod against a background of Grey Goldenrod. There are at least 4 different Goldenrod Species there.
9/15. CBG. A type of pea flower.
9/15. Indian Hollow. View of the Black River.
9/24. Tiny feather caught in the spider's web.
9/25. CSW. Practicing action on this Red Tailed Hawk. Looks like I need more.
9/03. CBG. Played with filters on this one.
9/08. Mini Dahlia from my garden.
9/14. CSW. Cardinal Flowers are one of my favorites this time of year.
9/17. Flour of an Hour is one of my favorite wildflowers. We usually have some, but you have to catch them when they are open, which isn't long.
9/15. Indian Hollow. Variety of fungus, old and new, on the log.
9/24. B&W conversion of the above. You can vote.
9/25. CSW. Argiope are not very common this year. If you blow up the picture, the partially wrapped prey is a praying mantis. The battle of the predators!
9/03. CBG. Used a vignette filter.
9/08. Sedem is starting to bloom.
9/14. CSW. Fall colors are starting to come in.
9/19. This Banded Tussock Moth Caterpillar was on Bob's Brushhog. It reminded me of one of those poofy little white dogs.
9/22. Since they planted corn and not soybeans, here is the path next door. Fall colors starting.
9/25. CSW. Painted Lady on the gravel. Only the second one I've seen this year.
09/27. These house sparrows splashed all the water out of the birdbath and then looked around for more.
9/06. Peak Preserve. Familiar Bluets arranged themselves for this one.
9/08. This Cicada roosts on my clothesline sometimes.
9/15. CBG. Berries on an Asparagus Fern.
9/20. It's caterpillar time. This Fall Webworm on my screen is even more hairy than Banded Tussock.
9/22. The bull next door showing me what he thinks.
9/25. CSW. Autumn Meadowhawk. In contrast to last year, they are abundant this year.
9/30. New England Aster without bee.