"It was a September afternoon,
with a broad expanse of pure sky across which large clouds,
like mountains of silver,
moved in majestic slowness."
September 29th: On our way home, last pass through Seney National Wildlife Refuge, we spotted this young beauty about a quarter mile across the marshes.
September 28th: I spent a good part of the evening following this kingfisher as he went back and forth across one of the ponds. This is my favorite shot of him.
September 27th: One of the Trumpeter Swans at Seney.
September 26th: The Harvest Moon as it rose over one of the pools at Seney. C'est magnifique!
September 25th: Now THIS is a lake. Aptly-named Lake Superior, to be exact, overlooking the Au Sable Point lighthouse from the old log slide overlook site.
September 22nd: A bee butt! In a few moments, this is all this town's gonna see of me, too; we'll be gone for a week in the U.P. taking (hopefully) lots and lots and lots of photographs.
September 22nd bonus: Checking out the morning's feeding festivities.
September 21st: A non-stop-busy day means a sundown squirrel shot.
September 20th: This was pure luck as the last rays of the sun shone across the backyard and created a spotlight on top of the lattice wall of the patio next door.
Luck seemed to stick around a while longer and created rather a juxtaposition to this as we headed off to the store a bit later: http://sciurusniger.smugmug.com/gallery/1888632#198370397
September 19th: Missed two opportunities for great deer shots leaving work (very skittish deer) so caught this (not-so-little) guy from the car instead.