Shadows stretched long by the time I left the hay field Saturday afternoon. There weren't many bales this time, but many trips around and around the field anyway. This mountain rises on the far side of the creek that borders this field, and many pretty wildflowers grow along its edge.
I have no idea what this plant is; it has little hanging seeds (?) that make it look like a grass, but the leaves look like a weed. I think I'll pick some for a dried arrangement.
Butterflies really like this bright yellow-flowered weed. In a way it resembles a cone flower.
I think this is a tiny-flowering aster.
Several deer were beginning to come out to graze when I left the field. It was the first day of bow hunting season; watch out little deer!
Now, if Popa doesn't find another little spot to cut, and when we get this hay hauled home, I'm ready to start quilting more.
I think many of you misunderstood about the comments made concerning pictures of cats. The comment wasn't made to me, but rather it was sent to the blog site that had the post about ways to improve a blog. The comment made me laugh because we do see a lot of cat pictures; however, I like seeing these pictures, especially since my cat was killed and I don't have one I can bring inside anymore. But, thanks anyway for all your kind thoughts for me.