Most of our chickens are looking kind of pitiful this time of year, coming off a molt, but this big guy doesn't look any worse for the wear.
I spy one fat rooster, who's been stealing all the food.
Remember last year, during leaf jumping pics, when a tremendously huge spider crawled right on Pierce's head? Yeah, I haven't forgotten that either. No spiders so far this year, thankfully.
I spy a jumping boy.
The twins were big enough to join in the fun.
I spy Thing 1.
I spy Thing 2.
We have many nuts on the ground. I wish we had one of those things to process the walnuts - as we have tons and they are so good for you. But the nutcracker deals that are very efficient are also very expensive. So for now, our squirrels enjoy them.
I spy little hands full of protein....if only we had the tools to crack some shells!
I spy a child in the leaves!
I spy a big nest in the tree!
I spy dew on the leaves, even though it's well into afternoon.
I spy a little spiderweb in the sun.
I spy a tractor, taking a rest. At least until the snows come.
What do you spy where you live?
This post linked with Mama Kat's Writer's Workshop where the prompt was to take pictures of Fall.