I still see some pretty color in your trees! I wonder how many Indian summer days are left this Fall! Beautiful photos...I always enjoy your Sunday safaris! ♥
Sherry, I am amazed that there are still insects flying about! We have had a number of hard frosts, but I saw something small fly past as I was on my way home yesterday...Your photos are divine, as ever!
I think I'm coming to live with you! You still have butterflies, bees and flowers - wow!Autumn trees are especially colourful. Your bird pics are sweet.Happy Sunday Safari
Sherry,Love the photos! The White M Hairstreak photo on the mums could be a state late record there. Here in NC our late date on White M is October 26th. Not sure who you would contact about your record.
Your photos are so lovely. Surprisingly I think you are where we are weatherwise -- still some green summer grass and many insects around.
I love the picture of the male cardinal. All of the colorful foliage around him reminds me of a painters palette. Happy November.
It's fun to visit your colorful world where birds and bees and butterflies are still visiting. I saw chestnuts today at market - I've never roasted them. Do they split when they get hot?
I love all your bird photos, Sherry; the cardinals are always my favorites. We have had some hard freezes, so most of my blooms and all the butterflies are long gone. But I did get to visit the Butterfly Pavilion at the Botanic Gardens in Phoenix while I was there. It was filled with Monarchs, but I was told they were ones that live there all the time, not migratory ones. I was hoping a few of "mine" had flown south ahead of me to spend the winter there:)Send me an email sometime with your address, and I'll get those cosmos seed in the mail to you. My email is on my profile page.
Beautiful November images ♥I love roasted chestnuts too ~ they are a once a year treat for us (at Christmas)which makes them all the more special :-)Hope you are having a wonderful Sunday.
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