Is it just that time of year, or does the roadside plants just seem a little nicer than usual? I have been noticing this year especially that from Summer through Fall, the wildflowers and grasses have put on a grander show.
This bear was carved from a large downed tree at the farm. The bear stands very tall and is an attraction at the farm. He always looks like he is deep in thought.
I have never have seen a chicken cross the road before, yet you always hear the saying ‘Why did the chicken cross the road ?’. Today, I saw two of them cross a busy road and they actually did make it to the other side, luckily. I think somebody is missing two very nice looking chickens. I hope they didn’t end up in somebody’s stew pot. Thanksgiving was only two days away. Think that’s why they were running away from home?
This guy was running the trail at the gorge and it was pretty nippy out. I am guessing he was running off a few before the big meal on Thanksgiving.
I took a walk after the big dinner and snapped a few macros.
I worked at the farm on Black Friday and took a few shots of the hydrangea and crabapple. I used both the dried hydrangea and the hard crabapple in a wreath I made.
Working at the farm, I took the hay wagon out into the fields to get some pictures and some nice thistle and teasel for wreaths.
This sky was really pretty with the storm clouds rolling in.
These are Iceberg Roses growing in my garden on a day it snowed. The snow was melting on contact.