Traditional Friday Cat Blogging with Kit Charlemagne
The catnip plants in our back yard flourished this summer. As they thrived, a good number of bees stopped by to partake of them.
Just off the walking track at work. On this bush, the newer the growth, the lighter green it is.
Small and smaller. This red clover is playing host to a tiny, unidentified insect.
Lots of heavy rain today, but it stopped long enough for me to get in a lap on the walking track. Had to dodge the puddles, though.
Easy Like Sunday with our own Miss Nora.
A walk around the development, with late afternoon sun on a concrete driveway. An interesting-looking insect, but the spotted lanternfly doesn’t have many friends in this country. Eastern Pennsylvania already had a problem with stinkbugs,…
Traditional Friday Cat Blogging with brave Nelson.
I like the hardy wildflowers that bloom just off the side of the road, survivors of less-fertile soil, car exhaust and rock salt. These resemble dandelions, but come to find it out, they’re not.
Meet Greyson, who lives at Tabby’s Place.