An "elf house" in neighbor's pin oak tree:
Next year's southern magnolia bloom:
Seedpod of black-eyed susans:
Hydrangea bloom almost ready for cutting, if you want to dry for winter bouquets:
Shedding sycamore tree bark:
And finally, lovely red fruits--I don't know the tree. Leaves look like a flowering dogwood, but I'm not sure because the dogwood "berries" grow closer to the branch w/o hanging in clusters from stems like in this photo. Anyone solve the mystery?
If you'd like to participate in the Two Weeks in Autumn Photo Challenge--and I hope you do--it's simple. Just grab your camera and take a photo of your interpretation of the day's subject. Post on your blog and then leave me a comment so I can visit you and include your link on the player's list below. Also, since some of the photo subjects may take a bit of planning thought I'd give you a few of them ahead of time.
October 3, Day 11 Subject - "Autumn Sunlight"
October 4, Day 12 Subject - "Autumn Walk"
October 5, Day 13 Subject - "Fall Colors"
October 6, Day 14 Subject (the end of 2 Weeks in Autumn Photo Challenge--thanks for playing and visiting) - "Your Favorite Early Autumn Photo"
Here are today's possible players:
Pamela @ The Dust Will Wait
Janis @ As Jan Sees It
Joangee @ Musings n Waffle