Okay, it's September for sure. But is is fall or is it still summer here in Ontario? Some people say autumn starts on September 1st, others claim the season changes at the autumnal equinox. Following, an insect and few wildflowers have opinions too:
In the largest square, a carpenter bee seems to think it's still summer. It can't get enough of that yummy nectar.
Moving clockwise, the Queen Anne's lace is looking a lot like late summer/early fall. And a field of Joe-pye weed says early fall, but the evening primrose says it's still summer. The closeup of a stalk of Joe-pye weed and the field of goldenrod are certain it's fall - the sun refused to shine the day their photos were taken.
What season do you think it is?
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