Brown season

A few images from a meadow in early winter :

The first image is aster in a grassy area (in black and white); the second is willowherb, the last is a plant I haven’t identified.


11 thoughts on “Brown season

    • It does look like Daucus carota (Queen Anne’s Lace) but it’s something else. And the field is full of it. Thanks!
      There are 40 plus genera in the carrot family listed for Massachusetts. This is going to take a while!

  1. The carrot family’s easy to spot; genus and species identification can be harder. Of course, I don’t need to tell you that! The middle image reminds me of sea anemones opening and closing: especially the less focused bit in the background. If you wanted a bit of alliteration, you could call these examples of the sepia season.

  2. Brings back memories of when my family moved to Arizona where every season was brown season. 🙂 I like that unidentified plant. It has the look of some plants I sometimes see, though I don’t know their identity either.

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