SUMMER BIDS FAREWELL

With the first frost predicted for next week, this may be the last chance to enjoy the colors and textures from the waning days of summer around my meadow. Wildflowers, mosses, mushrooms, and even a critter or two, are trying to attract those last pollinators before the freeze arrives.

Acer Maple


An addled Bumblebee awaits the warming Sun among the Japanese Honeysuckle blossoms
Purple Oldfield Asters

An opportunistic Spider awaits breakfast on a Narrow Leaf Sunflower Blossom
White Oldfield Asters
Clover
Maryland Golden Asters
Unidentified Help???
Praying Mantis
Maryland Golden Asters ???
A very mellow Mushroom
The last Narrow Leaf Sunflowers
Unidentified Help???

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