We've had some beautiful days here lately as we embrace the tail end of summer and prepare to welcome autumn. I went for a walk one morning and took my camera with me. Needless to say I stopped a lot along the way to take pictures of our beautiful countryside.
A piece of farm machinery is parked at the side of the lane next to this field. The cedar fence posts are pretty well hidden by the weeds and long grasses and there is barbed wire strung between them, barely visible.
A song sparrow perched on this old cedar fence post and posed for me.
I cropped this one for identification but I like the sparse grasses sticking up, and the top of the old post too. Isn't he cute?
There was a lot of wild asters and goldenrod growing along this fence.
I don't know what the tall dark brown one is. Can anyone identify it for me? It's very common here.
It's Good Fences day at Theresa's "Run *A* Round Ranch Report" today and tomorrow. I hope you might join in or just stop by to visit.
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day!