Yes, these pictures were taken some time ago, but they show just some of the beauty of fall at the Nature Sanctuary.
It was a quiet morning when I was there. It seemed no one else was out and about and I enjoyed the peacefulness of the morning.
I found one Milkweed still in bloom.
A small patch of these bright flowers. I think they may be a form of the Mexican Hat flower.
Obviously the birds had not found these ripe cherries, but I'm sure they discovered them in time.
The creek that runs through this area was like a sheet of glass and so pretty.
As I walked along one of the paths, I saw in the distance a patch of white. Upon closer inspection, I realized it was a patch of these pretty flowers. They look so delicate.
Something To Think About:
No one is in charge of your happiness, except you.
These are lovely!
Ya, they call them Mexican hats here in Texas (I drew one and it was a $200 winner at our botanical gardens). But, I've also heard it called prairie coneflower.
I know you don't like Halloween, but happy Halloween & enjoy a quiet evening.
These white flowers are beautiful! They are like little cups. I have never seen these Mexican Hats.
Thank you for all the lovely photos you post for our enjoyment!
LOVE those white flowers. the yellow ones are gorgeous.. love your quote in the header
Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures from your morning at the sanctuary.
i look forward to as always your changing of your blog for NOVEMBER. should be fun. take care. ( ;
Lovely and beautiful photos.
Nice photos of the flowers!
Such beauty! If we but open our eyes!
Such beautiful scenes from the Nature Sanctuary. The creek, like a mirror, is so full of light and shapes from the landscape.
Great quote at the end.
gorgeous!!! i love your closing thought!!
I love the creek in all its stillness...milkweed flowers are really pretty I think.
It is always wonderful to discover the little surprises of nature.
I really like your ending quote. It's so true.
Wonderful photos of your early morning walk in God's Beauty.
The white flowers look like they are in the Morning Glory family.
All the best Jan
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