Sunday, October 11, 2009
Mellow Yellow Monday
Thank you, Drowsy Monkey for hosting Mellow Yellow for us. It's fun to see how many places we can spot cheerful yellow.
There is beautiful goldenrod blooming everywhere now. But few if any monarch butterflies to be seen. At least not yet. In previous years, these plants have been covered completely with masses of butterflies by this time, feeding and resting along the bay before making the long flight towards Mexico where they spend the winter. The day I took these photographs was cool and windy though. Maybe they were waiting for warmer sunshine.
Labels: goldenrod, Mellow Yellow Monday
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bobbie, my MYM post isn't up yet but it will be in a few minutes but I had to say that I've always liked goldenrod but it makes me sneeze. when I was little I had hay fever... LOL!
Oh, those are delightfully "mellow yellow", Bobbie! What great shots!
Hope you're having a good day!
Lovely goldenrod bobbie. Love the autumn beach!
bobbie, thanks for identifying the white daisies in my post...Montauk daisies! And of course I didn't know they start to bloom in Fall... :)
I can almost smell the scent of the plants near the ocean!
Here is my first mellow yellow entry!
Hi! Very pretty color on the otherwise dull looking dune. Lisa
those are pretty flowers and the view out there is great.
mine's here say cheese
Beautiful place. Great shot!
The goldenrod still looks pretty there. Ours is going by fast...till next year.
Pretty .. makes me miss summer
Bobbie..you might be interested in Monarch Watch.. the website and email group is really interesting.. Michelle
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