Distant deer

There’s a good reason why white-tailed deer change their reddish-brown summer coats for dull gray coats in autumn: perfect camouflage when you’re standing in a field of goldenrod that has gone to seed.

Distant deer, closeup

Goldenrod meadow

Autumn is when the trees turn to gold and the goldenrod goes gray.

This is my contribution to today’s Photo Friday theme, Change of Season.