It snowed yesterday. I waited, but it didn’t change, unlike what they say about our weather that if you don’t like it, just wait 5 mins.
But it was only August 21st, summer still. However, I get the message that nature sends so clearly… nothing gold can stay.
Before it fully disappears, here are some photos showing our summer lingering still.
At the pond, the Great Blue Heron and Yellowlegs bask in the summer sun.
Glad to see the songbirds are still here. They know best when to fly south. Apparently not yet. Saw this Least Flycatcher a couple of days ago. Mutually curious:
And this young Yellow Warbler… Hang around a bit longer, li’l guy, a much warmer week ahead is in the forecast.
But of course, I can’t help but see the ripening berries and the seeded dandelions:
Just a while longer… it’s summer still.
(P.S. It’s gorgeous today. Going out to see my avian friends. More next week.)
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