Seasons change gradually over weeks, so early signs of fall are often apparent in mid-August as warblers disappear from our woodlands and some trees show early color – yet summer hangs on in a few hot and humid days and the continuing bloom of summer flowers.
For leaf peepers and hunters fall may be the best season of all; for those of us who dislike hot weather the cooler days of fall are a real pleasure; fall is a joy but also brings some sadness as plants shrivel and die, the landscape turns into a palette of browns and grays, and another year fades from our all too short lives.
The Circle of the Seasons continues with one photograph from each day of the meteorological season; a few of the photos are from my camera traps, those are listed at the end of the post. Small or large, there's always something interesting and/or beautiful to see in the natural world.
I really enjoy your seasonal collections of photos. Lots of variety, great photos. I can imagine all the walks that let you gather the photos.
Wow - what an amazing series of shots!
Hello, wonderful birds, critters and scenic photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!
My goodness! That jumping spider
Omg how beautiful and interesting serie of photos! That jumping spider looks so fantastic!
I love them all.
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!
Each shot a gem! Such a beautiful fall!
This post full of amazing photos is a testament to this truth: that for those who have eyes to see, the world is full of wonders, wherever we look. Thank you for posting them. And I can't believe you actually laid eyes on a shrew!
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