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Was revealed in early morning after a overnight dew.,
Web of Lies shimmering beauty leading to disaster and slow death for any hapless insect who visits it, shot in North Carolina.
Spider waiting in her web. Although I like spiders, I don't know their names..... so if anyone can identify her.....
and those of opportunity :-)
spider and web, j c raulston arboretum, ncsu, Raleigh, north carolina
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zum Herbstanfang ein Bild aus der Natur
ich wünsche allen ein schönes und sonniges Wochenende
The big circular web woven by an enterprising spider on my front verandah of my house.
The broken bits near the foreground were caused by me when I got too close while photographing the trapped insect and accidentally touched it with my fingers.
P1150011 - Giant Wood Spider - Female - size - 30-50 mm (overall size up to 20 cm)
# 283 - 26 Jun '18 - 18:36 (13:06 GMT)
At - Lava - (outside - Neora Valley National Park) - West Bengal - Eastern Himalayas - 2,138m (7,016 ft) - in '2010
Giant Wood Spider (Nephila Pilipes) - is a species of golden orb-web spider.
is commonly found in primary and secondary forests and gardens. Females are large and grow to a body size of 30–50 mm (overall size up to 20 cm), with males growing to 5–6 mm. It is the largest of the orb-weaving spiders apart from the recently discovered Nephila komaci, and one of the biggest spiders in the world.
Seen in - South n Southeast Asia and Australia.
DO YOU KNOW - A rhinoceros' horn is made of hair 🐾
Happy birding 🐧
First went out into the fog with the Nikon 105mm f/2.8 VR/IS, but it wouldn't focus. We think it broke when it, the camera, and my head landed on concrete last June. We'll see if repairable. The lens; my head is beyond help.
Thanks for looking. (These are very tiny red berries. They just appear large with this micro lens.)
A spider lives inside my head
Who weaves a strange and wondrous web
Of silken threads and silver strings
To catch all sorts of flying things,
Like crumbs of thoughts and bits of smiles
And specks of dried-up tears,
And dust of dreams that catch and cling
For years and years and years...
— Shel Silverstein (Every Thing on It)
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A très bientôt dans vos univers!
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See you soon!!
Merci aussi aux administrateurs de groupes pour leurs invitations
Many thanks to administrators of groups for invits
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Web Revisited another view from an earlier shot from a few years ago, pretty large web, hoping to catch a few bugs for lunch, found in North Carolina.
Londolozi Game Reserve
Click on Image to Enlarge.
On the morning of September 27, as we went out on the game drive inside the reserve, we noticed there were spider webs everywhere in the landscape. There must have been hundreds of them glistening in the morning dew. We stopped and took some images of the fabulous webs, some of them in pristine condition. I took images of three different webs, one with a spider in the center. The image on this upload does not contain a spider, but it is a beautiful web with wonderful bokeh.
I guess one thing fog is good for is finding things you don't normally see, like these webs. At the lake I found one that lined up so the gazebo was sort of centered in the middle of the web, not a good composition, but then who cares really!!!
With Halloween coming later this month, a nice web seems appropriate..
Hope you all have a wonderful Sunday!!
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