I’ve noticed one remaining hummingbird that has been buzzing around the last few days and so I made it my mission to capture one last photo of him or her before he or she heads south. This hummingbird has been attracted to a batch of pink obedient plant (Physostegia ‘Vivid’) so I set up camp nearby on my deck. After an hour of failed surveillance and a lot of sitting and waiting, I finally got something as the hummer lingered in a nearby crabapple tree for only a few seconds.
Not too bad of a shot I guess. At least I walked away with something. My guess is that the hummingbird has since packed a bag and is off to greener and warmer pastures.
I did try killing time by snapping a few shots of other birds coming and going from the river birch tree also near my deck.
And shocker, a few photos of the garden as she quickly descends into
hell autumn mode:
Joe Pye, Bee Balm and Karl Foerster grass
The blooms of Indian grass.
And moving from back to front: Boltonia, Panicum ‘Rotstrahlbusch’, Baptisia and Joe Pye Weed.
QOTD: What did you do in your garden this past weekend?