Saturday 2 September 2023

Autumn Views

 We never had much of a summer did we, and now it's September and it's seemingly starting after it has ended. 

There's very few flowers in bloom at work, with bristly ox tongue being the main food plant for pollinators at work. 

It is berry and seed season, and now the goldfinches are flocking again, ransacking the teasel heads and making a heck of a racket while they are at it. 

I'm enjoying whatever colour is left.


All text and images copyright CreamCrackeredNature 03.09.23


  1. The hips and haws are already making it look autumnal.

  2. Those hawthorn berries and rose hips tell us the time of year - the sight is worth a thousand words.