I'll start off by showing what was a stand of amber waves of grain two days prior to these photos. As I drove past I told myself I have to get a photo of this beautiful field. Well... It still looked pretty cool but I missed my chance of the wavy grains of wheat. An American Goldfinch displayed an interesting eating fashion. A small Cabbage Moth sat upon a nearby thistle. An Indigo Bunting sang from his perch. As I approached the Mill Pond, several painted turtles were out sunning themselves. As I crossed a small trail bridge I noticed a Spider weaving her Web. Then I was interrupted by a Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly. It seemed to have an interest in the shoreline of the creek.
|Amber waves of grain... NOT...|
|There is a Goldfinch perched in the thistles, I thought I would show it's food plot...|
|An American Goldfinch feeds on the down side...|
|A Cabbage Moth setting on a thistle plant...|
|An Indigo Bunting...|
|Painted Turtles soaking up the sun...|
|A Spider weaving her web...|