Autumn has come to the Concord River, and she is decked out in jeweled tones of green and rust.
The chipmunks are still scampering around, frantically searching for nuts and seeds to store, before the cold weather sends them to bed for the winter.
The changing of the season brought a new visitor to my neck of the river. I can’t remember when I last saw a Great Egret and am thrilled he decided to spend some time.
The cormorants have been spending quality time together. The water level is low enough to expose some rocks, which the cormorants enjoy, taking turns to sun themselves. Kind of like “king of the mountain,” bird style.
Cool mornings, warm days, breathtaking sunsets. Autumn has not disappointed so far.“Go sit upon the lofty hill, And turn your eyes around, Where waving woods and waters wild, Do hymn an autumn sound.” Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Blessed be :}