Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Last Walk in September

As September transitions into October the weather is changing from sunny and warm to rainy and cool.
Let's take advantage of one of the last nice days for a while and take a walk.

Many of the wildflowers, like the thistles have set seed and are done for the year. September and October are months of plenty - lots of ripe seeds and berries and fruits.


False Solomon's Seal

There are still quiet pools of water in the Big Creek.  
They will grow and be refreshed with the coming rains.


A butterfly enjoying the sunshine.


Honeysuckle fruit.

Hawthornes - the Cedar Waxwings swarm the trees when the fruit is ripe. 


There's still lots for everyone - bunnies, chipmunks, deer, and birds to eat!

 And with rain comes rainbows! We recently had a lovely one.


Vickie said...

A beautiful walk. That is a lovely rainbow!

Pull the other thread said...

Looks beautiful, hope you enjoyed the walk.

Carol said...

Enjoyed your last September walk, Beth--especially the rainbow!

deb said...

Absolutely beautiful - thanks for taking us along on your walk!

Barb said...

What a nice Fall walk. The rainbow was beautiful. I have lived in several parts of the country and no where has the rainbows that are in the Pacific NW.

Maggee said...

It is nice to take this walk with you, as it relaxes me... With all I have been through in the past two weeks... I need calm in my life! Hugs!