The autumn foliage this year has been mostly a washout, but the fading golden afternoon light hitting the trees across from the Warden's watch gave the leaves a boost late Monday afternoon.
When the sun is shining, I'll take that view and that time of day in autumn/winter at the Celery Farm anytime.
In the distance on the water were six buffleheads, including males with white heads so bright they looked like mergansers.
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This many buffleheads at the Celery Farm is an unusual treat.
The reflected foliage gave a couple of them an almost painterly quality.