A turtle making its getaway into the pond after coming ashore to grab scratch feed scattered along the edge. He or she had actually grabbed a large horse feed pellet in its mouth before hastily departing. (I wasn't quick enough with my cell phone.)
A few Whistlers along the fence in the background.
Daddy Long-Legs or as I've learned it is called in Europe, the Harvester Spider.
It's leg span was far larger than my hand.
Farm Girl always asks about the Walking Sticks. Yes, they're here for fall.
Such fascinating creatures.
A Tree Frog clung to the house early one morning.
Adorable webby feet and sticky toes. :)
Another sure sign of autumn, Red Spider Lilies (Licoris Radiata.)
And my four pups, enjoying the wonderful fall weather.