We spent another afternoon at Ouabache State Park on September 3rd. You'll probably be relieved to hear that the dragonfly season seems to be over. I didn't see a single one that day. But I still found things to photograph.
We saw lots of Cedar Waxwings, but none of these beautiful birds were within satisfactory range of my lens. That didn't keep me from trying for a shot, though.
A female Downy Woodpecker also paid us a visit.
Then there was a pretty little Eastern Bluebird perched on a barbecue grill.
And, lastly, I found the thistles irresistible.
Until next time...