A Close Look at Early Fall

Good weather and daily trail walks in a quiet natural area give me the opportunity to capture unusual images of ordinary things.

These photos from last week must be shared:


The fruit of Cranberrybush Viburnum; these will persist into the winter


A maple leaf suspended in mid-air by a strand of spider web; a challenging subject, as it was swaying and spinning in a slight breeze and the background was constantly changing.


A bee on Aster


Red-panicle Dogwood ( also called Gray-stemmed or Gray Dogwood)


Slug feeding on a puffball

Photos by NB Hunter. © All Rights Reserved.


5 thoughts on “A Close Look at Early Fall

    • Ha! You’re in pretty rarified air, referring to the slug as adorable. :). I too wondered about the smallish slug and the big hole in the puffball. Unfortunately, I didn’t note how long it had been hanging around; presumably several days?

  1. Utterly perfect macros, though I probably could have done without the slug. Then again your slugs are far cuter than our banana slugs which I think rate somewhere in the top ten of grossness.

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