Here are a few photos of a late blooming Pale Corydalis, one of D.’s pansies, a sparrow and a crow inspecting the photographer.
Pale corydalis, usually one for the very early spring wildflowers blooming in September alongside its long narrow seed pods.
D. (trans?)planted these a few weeks ago.
This fellow was hopping around in my driveway looking for seeds and grit, I think.
A common sight on Riverside Road near Shirley’s place. They are guaranteed of a snack there.
Click to have a close-up look at the first one to see its eyelid, caught half open.
I had a bit of a problem uploading the above so please click on the image below to check the crow’s eyelid:
I hope that it works this time!
NOPE! It didn’t. I don’t know how to use the editor to insert “clickable” images. 😦