Chasing the light 2nite – missed it, so caught this twilight image of (yet another) corn field.
Wild western wind whipping, wrapping, wrestling while conical cobs of corn crank crazily and continuously causing cantankerous contortions before my ogling eyes.
This is arguably Ottawa’s most famous (at least most well known) tree – mostly due to the Halloween type branches that stand out in relief against the skyline.
It stands all by itself in the middle of a field at Baseline Rd. & Fisher (by the Experimental Farm) where thousands of cars pass every day.
Just another beautiful fall day.
This little fellow (still haven’s found him) came in with the house plants when first frost threatened. The web is getting thicker – guess there’s less prey inside.
These mushies are growing from an upturned tree root.
The great cycle of life continues unabated.
Warm fall weather back in Ottawa – a great time of the year.
Setting sun on next year’s prickly seeds.
I managed to miss an entry before leaving for Nashville, so have renumbered several entries and inserted this missing post.
Trimming dead branches & these mushrooms appeared on last year’s left over logs.
Hot, sunny day. Stopped at Britannia Beach to wet my feet.
Interesting how the tiniest things can leap into prominence in the right setting.
Goes for folks, too, I guess.