I'm going into fall with my first hive this year, and wondering if anyone with more experience wouldn't mind spending a few minutes to assess how things are going. Starting from the top, the bars should be in order from front (entrance) to back of hive. Link to pics: https://imgur.com/a/tI2TQ3V
I feel like the hive is in pretty good shape, but my eyes are not tuned in yet to early warning signs for possible problems, so if anyone sees anything that I should be concerned with, please let me know. Only thing I noticed was a single queen cup near the top/side of bar 7, but there was no egg inside, so not too worried about that. I did not see the queen this time, but saw here about a week ago, and I see signs that she's there, so not worried about that.
Just really want to make sure there are no signs that something is wrong and that the amount of brood, stores, etc. seem to be inline with a healthy hive for this time of year. Any and all advice and/or recommendations are greatly appreciated. BTW, This is in central Texas, so we're still probably a few weeks away from having cool-ish weather. Still a ways off from any consistent coldness.