With the firm arrival of fall comes a quieter time of year. The songbirds have left and the animals have hunkered down. There will be sunny days but the cloudy days become more frequent as October marches on.
As summer comes to a close a Lorquins Admirals wings tell the tale of a summer passed.
It’s safe to say those scared and faed wings have served them well. Flying strong with colors bright to find a mate and produce a new generation of butterflies we can look upon with wonder when summer returns again.
The sun has moved from north to south and the flowers have turned to berries.
Then and Now.
Although they’re one they’re not the same or at least it feels that way.
The flowers are beautiful but the berries are somewhat poisonous (depending on your species and I assume most of you reading this are human of course) and produced form a the pervasive and often considered to be invasive Bittersweet Nightshade vine.