Nature’s Beauty – CFFC
On Saturday, when Cee visited the bar, we talked about her challenges and how easy she makes it to participate. Many of you agreed in the comments. Now I’m back again playing with Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge. I hope you like the photos I’ve selected. The prompt for this week:
“This week our topic is celebrating things that Reminds you of nature’s beauty. This is a perfect challenge for us photographers. We take photos of nature’s beauty all the time, our photos are our reminders of it. There are endless possibilities for this week. Have fun and don’t forget to smile along the way.”
I’m keeping my scope local for this post.
Floating along with the ice.
Victim of New England’s famous freeze-thaw cycle. Ice melts, leaf sinks, water freezes.
Wild flowers line the canal path
They seem to really like these flowers (that’s why she plants them).
Not many of our sunflowers came up, but the ones that did are very pretty.
These flowers were planted to attract the bees
“Oooh, someone spilled some sunflower seeds.”
The peak in the center is Mt. Tom. Faith and I hiked to that summit about six weeks ago. That summit is about 200′ higher than Mt. Holyoke.
The leaf is in front of the fence.
Autumn is happening. Not much color but the sun is streaming through.
Also from the path where Maddie and I walk. This photo shows the weird weather we had. Some red, some green, some yellow, nothing changed at the same time this year.
Sorry to interrupt your dinner, but River needs a bunny-fix
The Connecticut River is running high, but the geese don’t seem to mind.
Late afternoon after the river
One eagle in the nest on the way up
I think that’s a turkey vulture.
My second favorite flag