Friday, October 15, 2010

I can't believe it's the middle of October . . .

I wonder what's in there




My little barn is sinking




Ready to take on the world




Downy woodpecker, I think




I've no idea what this is, but it has the longest tongue it tickles me with when they land on me




Cabbage field in Hico, Tennessee




Ranger smiles




Noisy bluejay





Fallen tree




Knot

5 comments:

Out on the prairie said...

Some amazing shots.You have a European Skipper,small and fast.Like your perspectives on the land, the cabbage field was real unique, I have never seen one.Used to make saurkraut in a big crock.Well done.

floweringmama said...

Thank you! The cabbage fields are rare. The little community in West Tennessee is where my parents live and I snapped it while visiting. I had no idea what that little fellow was, I've had tons of them this summer on my zinnias.

Rick Kratzke said...

Very nice pictures, they all tell a story.

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Corner Gardener Sue said...

I see your skipper was identified. I just knew it was a skipper, but not what kind. Nice photos!

Oh, and I was impressed by your list of food you put by. You'll enjoy some yummy meals this summer. I'm on a soft food diet for the most part, to keep my jaw from hurting. I've been cooking different fresh vegetables, and making them into soups, which I then eat some of and freeze the rest. One of these days, I want to get back into canning.

Anonymous said...

Leaving you a comment to let you know that I do look whenever you have an update. I always love to see what pictures you've added. They are always such great pictures! Thanks for doing this!!! Debbie