Autumn is a time of abundance.
Birds happily feed on seed which Frank spreads around his place. This sweet little chickadee enjoyed the feast.
The creatures are quite cooperative and as soon as the chickadee flew off, this adorable chipmunk took over.
He wasn't alone. A few feet to the right, his buddy was getting ready to fill his cheeks with premium bird seed.
Nature has her own way of spreading seed around. This is the pods of the Indian Balsam flower, photographed shortly after a rainfall.
The lightest touch will cause them to pop open and scatter their seeds. This is why they're also known as Touch Me Nots.
Cedar seeds are very lightweight and by late September they're scattered all over the place with even a gentle wind. These landed on the frosted glass top of the patio table.
An unknown (to me) seed, up close and personal.
I took the macro lens out around the fields near Frank's place, one day. I enjoyed taking photos of what has become one of my new favourite subjects - milkweed seeds. These recently escaped from the pod.
I love its silky, white hair which glistens in the late-day sunlight.
Today's seed, drifting in the wind becomes next year's flower for butterflies, once again.
Thanks for joining me on the seedy side.