Fall has painted the woods in all colors. Fall flowers hang on. Some creatures are clinging to the last of summer or making a winter appearance. Please send your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gay Marston-Mellon submits an attention-getting visitor which she believes to be a Cooper’s hawk.
Jeri Trudeau’s cactus plants are blooming in anticipation of Thanksgiving.
Continuous blooming double daylily Martian Sunset hybridized by Bill DuPaul of Ware Neck.
Election Day Flower, a reblooming iris in Tom Bowen’s yard in Mathews.
Buddleia, a late-blooming dwarf variety, hangs on; sent by Reed Lawson of Mathews.
Swallowtail caterpillar still hanging out on the dill, from Cheryl Battle of Bavon
Camellias grown by Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal.
Bonnie Veaner of Hayes spotted this baby snake amid the fallen leaves at Beaverdam Park on Oct. 29.
Fall favorites, image from a bouquet of mums taken by Lynda Smith of Mathews.
Cut leaf maple tree ablaze i...
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