Fall 2015 at Seminary: Some More Beauty, a Buck , and a Falling Cottonwood

In the last month (October/November) I have taken a few more pictures around the PRC Seminary, which I will share with you this Friday afternoon.

I have a few more Fall color pictures from around the building; then a few critters shots – crab-apple eating turkeys, a day lilly eating doe, and a small buck (the first one we have seen here in two years!); and finally, a large cottonwood that we had cut down by Caleb Kamps here last week (Thanks for the great job!).

Enjoy a further taste of Fall on the Seminary grounds!

Sem front

Sem front – Fall 2015

A hidden gem tucked back off the old drive.

A hidden gem tucked back off the old drive.

Wild turkeys eating the crab apples - a Fall favorite snack!

Wild turkeys eating the crab apples – a Fall favorite snack!

A doe caught green-mouthed! Eating our day lillies, that is.

A doe caught green-mouthed! Eating our day lillies, that is.

The buck stopped here - and rubbed his little antlers.

The buck stopped here (out back) – and rubbed his little antlers.

A nice shot of the buck as he turned.

A nice shot of the buck as he turned.

A mighty (but miserable!) cottonwood being prepped for its fall.

A mighty (but miserable!) cottonwood being prepped for its fall.

Timber! There she goes!

Timber! There she goes!

And now, the fun part - cutting the cottonwood up.

And now, the fun part – cutting the cottonwood up.

The executive tree committee is deciding what to do with the wood. :)

The executive tree committee is deciding what to do with the wood. 🙂

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  1. Great pics – I like the turkey on top of the tree!

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