20 September, 2015 Busy week!
So I regret to say only a few images – not much going on! I apologize. More next week.
I took this picture looking upstream at Pony Pasture Monday afternoon (14 September); there are no bad pictures of the river:
I hope to get better deer pictures as the leaves begin to fall. My friend Ethan spotted this decent sized guy back near the pasture. I fumbled a while getting my camera out!:
Deer crossing the trail
Deer blending into woods; see his tail, and see his ear sticking out just behind the tree trunk? Up high?
Same deer, only this time is head’s down, he’s eating something on the ground – you can see his eye and nose down low.
The moon from my driveway Friday evening; it’s not quite 6 days old and it’s 27% illuminated:
Waxing crescent moon Friday night
Morning glories – aren’t these stunning? They look like they have an internal energy source:
How this happens I know intellectually but it still seems miraculous
About Jay McLaughlin
I am a rehabilitation counselor. I have many friends with autism and traumatic brain injuries. They help me learn new things constantly. I hike with dogs at the James River in Richmond - a lot. I've completed an Iron distance triathlon a year for 11 years. My most recent was in Wilmington, NC in November, 2013. I currently compete in mid-distance triathlons. And work and hike and take pictures and write and eat.
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That’s “Grandpa Ott,” a very old variety of morning glory, and a fantastic one.