Things are definitely getting colder now, and the morning dew clearly shows how many spider webs there are on the Gorse:
I wonder what the spider thinks when it sees a host of water droplets in its web for the first time:
We appear to have quite a heavy crop of Haws this year:
Even though most insects have now gone for the year, Ivy continues to provide valuable autumn and winter nectar for the few hoverflies and bees that are still around. A sunny spell will make Ivy worth looking at just in case:
This curious fuzzy bobble on Germander Speedwell took me some considerable time to identify when I first spotted it a few years ago:
It's a gall caused by the plant louse Jaapiella veronicae. If you open the gall you'll find tiny larvae living inside it.