The deer are once again enticed by late summer's fallen apples.
On the mainland the lupines have been over and done with for quite some time. The island is about a month behind on growing things, even though it's just across the water.
A caterpillar claims the best view from atop a red chair.
The downy seed clouds of the pasture thistle take off at the slightest breeze. Then off they float, hither and yon, to search for next year's home. They look like light-weights but they are not to be underestimated.