Black-Eyed Susan, rudbeckia hirta, found in Uxbridge forest. The red and green bug is a candy striped leaf hopper (graphocephala coccinea).
Feral rose, Musselman’s Lake, they grow by the roadside, thank goodness some folks are lazy about their property maintenance or all would be mown down. These roses smell as gorgeous as they look. Rosa Rugosa, possibly. I’m not expert in rose identification. These are actually listed as invasive, but I’ve seen no such thing. They seem to pop up here and there, without crowding out other species.
A little closer to home, my clematis, that after five years of dormancy finally chose climb up into the light and show off to the neighbourhood.