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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Disorganized spiders!

I ended up having to discard 2 of my spider pics because they were too blurry! Sorry. Anyway, these webs were very disorganized and there were several spiders of different types working on each one. The webs ran from the handrail of the boardwalk to the palm fronds, which, as you can imagine, was a very mobile place (with the wind blowing)! So, here is the 3rd installment of pics from Wakodahatchee Wetlands! The guy in the first and third photos looks kinda scary to me with that big humped up body with stripes! YEESH!








8 comments:

soulbrush said...

what amazing photography, yes i hate spiders, but their webs are quite mind-blowing.

Bobbie Lynn said...

I'm not a spider person. I know they are good for the garden and have their purpose, but I'm such a scary cat a real big one. In the garden I’m very careful because when the warm weather is here the black widows are just about everywhere. Sometimes we find them in the house. Talk about freak out time. : ) that is a nice size spider there you have there Julie. Have a nice day too.

marianne said...

Great ictures again!
Today I saw a candle in the shape of a succulent and had to think about you! I only you lived around the corner.......

Teri C said...

YIKES!!!!! Did you see me shudder when I looked at these. Spiders and crocs! Yikes!!

Pudgeduck said...

I read about flies hanging around pot smokers,spiders eat them and get high- causing the altered state webs! Maybe? LOL

Serena said...

WOW....those webs could sure use a 'tidy-up'. lol I have a similar looking spider who lives in my 'snake/mother-in-law's tongue' plant. Neat pics, Julie! :)

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Yes, it is difficult to make your camera focus on spiders. Good trys though.

Claude said...

These are totally neat... I love spiders. You're talking to a person who once forbade anyone to come to the front door of his house because there was a spider out there producing the most amazing web...