Today is cloudy, cool, and rainy - a welcome change from six days of oppressive heat. So today's colour will be orange to brighten the day a bit.
This is a common Fulva Daylily, sometimes called Tawny or Tiger Daylily although tiger lilies are a completely different plant. It's an extremely hardy ornamental plant which has been known to keep growing back for years even after being cut down.
Below is a cluster of Asiatic lilies. While not as fragrant as other lily species, they can grow almost anywhere and multiply quickly.
This is a fruiting Mountain Ash tree, called Rowan in Europe. The berries are good food for many types of birds, and even can be made into jelly. Contrary to popular belief the berries are not poisonous, however the juice is acidic and so surrounding grass can be damaged by a high amount of fallen berries.