Daily walks through our woods reveal more transitions into Fall. Natures small compositions continue to capture my attention. Note; nothing has been moved or added.
I can't get over how nature magically works together, at least in my eyes. The rich color variations of transitional leaves...
flanked by mother natures wings
this combination resembles a goldfish
Can you see it "swimming" now?
dark steel blue oak and a mighty tiny red leaf
teeter totter on a stick
our native pricky pear cactus nodes have turned red
they are considered fruit and are edible
our cedar trees are covered in what looks like berries
I learned they are actually seed cones. Some sources say they are edible, used for seasoning food and/or medicinal purposes. Other sources say Eastern Red Cedar berries are toxic. I never know which source to believe, and stay safe enjoying what grows on our land visually.