A white form of touch-me-not: first time I've seen white ones. There were several plants with the white (really pale cream) flowers here, along with "normal" orange and yellow I. capensis and I. pallida.
I was going to call this a white form of I. pallida, but the tail of the flower bends underneath, which I think indicates I. capensis. Opinions welcome.
According to www.butterfliesandmoths.org/species/Hemaris-thysbe , H. thysbe can be distinguished from similar species by the yellowish legs and lack of banding on the sides of the thorax.
I'm guessing M. gracilis, but I'm by no means certain. The second photo is a side view, showing some of the underside.
Maybe just a common toad? It's so small that I'm uncertain.
Leaves are gone at this time of year.