Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Autumnal flowers

sow thistle turning to seed
 
scentless mayweed 

I also saw my first snow bunting of the season along the John Muir Walkway in Musselburgh, near to where I took the two photos above. Actually it's a while since I've seen snow buntings here, hope there are more of them this autumn/winter. 

7 comments:

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

They are lovely little birds, aren't they?!

Simon Douglas Thompson said...

I'm dreading it....cycling in snow and ice never much my idea of fun

eileeninmd said...

Congrats on the Snow Bunting, it is a pretty bird. Is this early for the Snow Bunting to be seen? The Mayweed is pretty. Have a happy day!

Lowcarb team member said...

Do hope you may get to see more snow buntings!

Autumn is such a lovely time of year, always plenty to see.

All the best Jan

Rabbits' Guy said...

The sun makes pretty colors for photography this time of year in the northern Hemisphere! I do not think we have snow buntings here ...

sage said...

Is that a sign that the seasons are changing? I can't wait to see such signs here, I'm ready for cooler (and less humid) weather.

Lynn said...

Just lovely - I am looking forward to fall.