Three beautiful American Sycamore. A photo that is in colour, but void of it. Pretty soon, buds will start to green these trees up.
© Sheila Creighton 2019
Three goldenrod gall flies have made homes in the stems of goldenrod in the field. I never knew what these bulbous things were and finally asked a colleague who enlightened me. Although they look like they would kill its host, the plants don’t seem to mind. Downy woodpeckers and chickadees consider the larva a tasty treat.
© Sheila Creighton 2016