For those who don't like spiders (Travis,) I'll post them at the end (& warn you when we get there,) so you can skip them.
Male Ebony jewelwing. Sorry for the blur, but he was far away in a dark spot.
Update, 9/25/10; Male atlantic grasshopper (thanks to David J. Ferguson for the ID.)
Georgia satyr on mystery flower. Thanks to renowned Louisiana lepidopterist, Vernon Antoine Brou, for the ID.
Some kind of wild pea (I'm still awaiting a formal ID on this, as well. Suggestions always welcome.)
Male blue dasher.
Female blue dasher.
Some kind of bidens. After some years of searching & requesting input from others, I'm still at a loss as to the particular species.
This sunset denotes the end of the non-spider portion of this post.
Black & yellow garden spider (apologies for the blur. It was the best I could do.)
Golden orb weaver. The female is the larger & brighter of the pair.
Female golden orb weaver in web.
Here a female golden orb weaver has caught a cicada (often mistakenly referred to as "locusts,") with a fly conveniently perched on it. The small spider above her is a male golden orb weaver. If you follow my link on the cicada, it will bring you to a page with time-lapse photography of one specimen molting it's shell.
Here's some good news regarding TNC's work toward restoring longleaf pine savannas in my area. Read more about the East Gulf Coastal Plain.
In other good news, it appears that the vestibular migraine diagnosis is correct. Within days of changing my diet I felt so much better. I haven't had vertigo since then and any lingering dizziness is rapidly fading. Thank you, oh, THANK you, Dr. Moloney!