CANT SEE THE PICS TOOOOOOO LARGE.
As to your question. maybe and a good chance yes.
Around my parts they hold to their feeding patterns pretty religiously well into October (we have a much later rut).
If yours don't get alot of pressure, and a bunch hunters in the woods hanging stands, checking cameras
, they may hold to that pattern through end of sept. Once they figure out though hunting season is on though, they'll go nocturnal.
Heck you may have stumbled on his bedding area or close enough to it that it won't matter. You might get to bang him feeding midday one afternoon. So many variables here. I'd just go ahead and hang your stand and hunt it!!! Let us know how it goes (FYI i'd not go back anymore until opener)