I went into Scout Valley late this afternoon looking for dragonflies. And while I did find some - took more than 20 shots, 10 of which are interesting - I decided to portray other aspects on a late summer's day.
My first visitor was this locus/grass hopper.
The next is an apple tree, 1 of several, probably dating back to pre 1920. My sister Anne ponted out to me on Saturday how few kinds of apples are now available in the stores. Sad that so many good varieties have been subdivisioned.
And now some flowers:
I have search for that white spider without success - but there are many other spiders. This one was hanging in the middle of the path so I went around it:
And finally some colour:
This is a day to give thanks for the time and ability to see. wob