Signs Of August Winding Down

The days are getting shorter, the light less intense as August and summer winds down…

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4 Responses to Signs Of August Winding Down

  1. NH Gardener says:

    I hate to see September come already but come it must.
    You got some great shots of all the butterflies!

    • Jim says:

      NH Gardener,
      It has been a fast summer for me have kept busy, busy. My wife’s new flower beds around the house have created a great place for butterflies to feed and reproduce, found six monarch caterpillers today on milkweed plants in the yard and I was not really looking…

  2. ellen says:

    Plethora of butterflies, each of which are beautiful. Sad flowers waning away. Yet, a great bunch of photos, as always. Heron catch with ripple of water left behind shaped like the fan of its wings before it is out of the water, then the details of water splash by the Osprey with it’s catch, both fascinating how your photographing stops the action to see. Even the Downy has a stare that looks intense. Thanks as always for them all.

    • Jim says:

      Ellen,
      Butterflies a plenty here now. The Osprey are beginning to depart south already. Will miss watching them till next spring. The local songbirds mostly molting now and not so eye catching. Your Welcome…

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