An exciting adventure looking at the land and the people around me.
Dandelions are rare in this season. They're hardy little things, aren't they? Nice set of pictures. I don't think I've seen a Woolybear quite like the one in your photos.
Hi Steve, Your Wooly Worms (Bears) being ALL BLACK mean that you are in for a wicked winter... (Did you want to hear that????? ha)Betsy
Once again, good shots, our Dandelions have long since ceased to flower.
Interesting photos, Steve !Have a nice week-end !
lovely shots but it looks like it's a bit cold there. The sky looks just like it did here the other day and it was very brisk
The wooly bears were rather forbodding around here as well. I had to laugh at the Methodist ladies. So remindeded me of my mom who spent many an hour among The Church Basement Ladies, fixing church suppers and catching up on the "news." :)
Your scenes look much like my surroundings. That tree in the last shot is similar to one in my local park. It keeps changing every year or two by losing limbs but the birds love it and so does the camera.
I never knew that about the Wooly Bear being a harbinger of cold weather. Love this latest collection of photos.
yes, the wheel has definitely turned in your part of the world.
I like those woolly bears. We have yet to have winter here in Nashville. It is 66 today, with dandelions!
Such beautiful fields, Steve!
Hi Steve, I have fallen behind,on blog ading, but enjoyed catching up with what yiu've been seeing and doing. I attended a Methodist Church for awhile and do know that chicken and noodles are popular with that sect, as are chicken and dumplings or maybe it's a southern thing here.
It sure looks like it's ready for winter out there. That Wooly Bear looks different than the ones here. Yours looks black. I'd think he'd be too cold now. But it was in the 50's here today. Take care.
Keep it positive and informative,I enjoy hearing from you!