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Flowers, insects, birds, and windsurfers

Warm weather lasted until this week; people and other flora and fauna have made the most of it. Please send your photos to

John Lee Callis of Grimstead photographed an egret in a quiet cove.

Lisa Carmine of Clay Bank sends abundant celosia cockscomb.

Janet Clark of Hallieford has New Guinea impatiens still in bloom.

Linda Dalgety of Port Haywood snapped a pollen-laden sunflower with two hard-to-see bees on it, and two roses with Queen Anne’s lace picked before the weekend’s storm.

Butterfly bush at the Gloucester home of Jim and Kathy Phillips.

Lila Youkeles of Ware Neck captured this particularly beautiful sunset onThursday, Sept. 29.

Last flowers of summer from the home of Ginger Rowe, Gloucester.

Becky Jenkins of Hayes has zinnias, asters and ginger blooming in her garden.

Tartarian aster, left, and native wildflower, Virginia dayflower, sent by Louise Witherspoon of Port Haywood.


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