19 November 2022
On Tuesday morning, 15 November, I found beautiful fruits on my walk in the neighborhood: Red berries on invasive burning bush (Euonymus alatus), purple berries on native American Beautyberry (Callicarpa americana), and dusty blue fruit on invasive English ivy (Hedera helix).
It began to snow so I hurried home and was glad I was indoors when it came down fast. It looks peaceful in slow motion at the end of this video.
The snow stuck to the grass, parked cars, and the Pitt peregrine nest …
… then melted overnight as the temperature rose and low clouds moved in.
By Friday most leaves were gone and the only green shrubs in Schenley Park were invasive plants: Bush honeysuckle in this view …
… and bamboo near the railroad tracks.
Tonight the temperature will drop to 19 degrees for a very cold start to the new week. Brrrrr!
(photos and video by Kate St. John)
3 thoughts on “Seen This Week”
The change in weather seems abrupt. I love the photos Kate.
Remember when Ed and Wendy King’s Partyline radio show used to have a “guess the first snow” contest? The rule was that for it to count, there had to be enough snow to track a cat. Looks like November 15 made it.
This time the cat had about 5 hours to make that track and then it melted.