A Morning Surprise

It’s a shame spiders can’t see the beauty they weave. An up-close view or sideways view across the web doesn’t show the spider the intricate design of its efforts. 

Add in the remnants of fog, the dew and the angle of the morning sun …..

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8 responses to this post.

  1. I love intricate spider webs. This one is a beauty. Generally they are much more impressive in person, because they are so difficult to photograph.

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  2. Posted by Therese on October 27, 2013 at 4:31 pm

    Love it. Looks so big!

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  3. I often end up with a face full of web when I’m walking through the woods. It certain light they can be close to invisible.

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  4. I’ve never thought of that before. How does the web look to the spider? Interesting. 🙂 Nice pictures!

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    • Thanks. It just came to me later about the spider’s point of view. I used to write and illustrate weekly nature articles for several local newspapers. Lines like that just pop to mind … nowhere near every time.

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