I went through photos from October – before we delivered the chapel to Pass Lake – and gathered a potpourri of shots for tonight’s post.
Wednesday Evening, October 8
A pretty sunset
The blood moon was beautiful in the night sky.
Thursday, October 9
When walking toward the house from the previous shot, I noticed one azalea bloom. This bush is usually in full-bloom in spring.
It is rare to find flowers in fall.
Sunday, October 12
The golden sunset created copper-colored leaves to one of our shellbark trees.
Thursday, October 16
At first I thought a leaf was stuck in our front door – then noticed that it was a moth.
I looked up leaf-colored moths. The closest match I could find was the spotted moth. That may not be correct. There are many varieties of leaf-colored moths.
Sunday, October 19
Morning sunshine on our front yard trees.
Friday Evening, October 24
When I looked toward the west to check on the sunset, I noticed movement – at a distance – in the field across the road and saw a rather attractive fox .
Even though we know there are foxes in our area, we don’t remember ever seeing one in this field.
That evening the Lord painted one of the prettiest sunsets of the month.
So ends this series of nature shots.