Welcome to another edition of My Month In Photos life update! 😀 Here is my September in photos…
A day at my grandmas – it was a beautiful day. 🙂
I saw a grasshopper that day and it was fun to try to get a photo. Not many came out because the wind blew the grass around, which caused him to blur.
I like strange and unique trees and limbs and found this one when walking to her lake.
I found this snake in the woods near our house. 😄
Blake! (Black rat snake.) He seems to hang around our yard a lot. And he is very patient with me. 😆
These are some of the best photos I got of him this time.
He posed for me. 😁
In this last one, I was trying to show how long he is because the others are headshots. He’s long!
Praying mantis! He was on top of my mom’s car when we were trying to leave one day, so I moved him to a stick and got photos while her car warmed up.
I visited Narnia. It’s a lot more… modern than I thought it would be. 🤪
Made enchiladas (recipe by T.R. – click here to view) and they were so easy and good! I added extra sauce and cheese because I like extra sauce and cheese. 😋
Purple wildflowers! Not quite ready to open yet. They close at night and it was nearing dusk when I took this.
Wild berries! 😄 Probably poison…
Hot peppers!! 😁
My newest lemon tree had a friend for a day. Then it died. Whatever kind of mushroom this is, they are there one day and dead the next. Crazy.
Finally got a photo of the purple wildflowers above with the petals open. 😀
Puffy clouds! 😁 I like how the sun was shining on them.
A different kind of grasshopper. Or something. The one above is green and this is brown. So it may not be a grasshopper at all. But it hops… 🤣
Autumn is coming…
I met a snail! And it was friendly. 🙂
Ripe tomatoes! 😍
My newest sweet potato plants – and the frog guarding them. 🤣
Went outside in the middle of the night and took this. 😀 I didn’t expect it to be this clear.
Went out again in the morning and took this. Not as clear as it was at night but it still came out.
Pine cones! 😁 When they start falling, I’m going to gather some and paint them. Then it will start to feel like Christmas is coming…