The snow came, and the snow went. And here we are back to fall. So, I’m back to another neighbourhood walk and a lot more brown and yellow.
I’m not sure what this plant is but I loved the shape. It looks almost like a cupped hand reaching to receive something.
I found this orange jelly mushroom on a random log. I guess the previous weekend’s snow didn’t bother it.
Along the fence behind the old grade school, I found a whole bunch of these tiny berries. The Multiflora Rose, or Seven-sisters rose, is a small white flowering shrub. It’s berries, once they dry out and expose their seeds, are eaten by the local birds and wildlife. It’s a little hard to believe that there is still so much colour and life to be found even once the snow hits.
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