Pretty, I'm always amazed at the intricacy of cobwebs.I hope you aren't scratching away... ;-)
I am not a fan of spiders, but what they create is a work of art. What an interesting shot, Lulu. Beautiful. (You have a good weekend too! I going to have a little weekend break - relatives in town. See you next week.)
Gorgeous image Lulu, watching spiders creating their webs is so very fascinating, such a complicated weave.
cieldequimper - thank you! Haha, I'm scratching away alas, serves me right for poking around (we've an active insect community! ;-))LOLfromPasa - thanks! I'm not the biggest fan of spiders or indeed many of the insects around here (disease-bearing ticks and venomous violin/brown recluse spiders - which I imagine are also in Pasadena, though blessedly not Coventry:)...but they do create marvels of nature! Have a terrific few days off!PerthDailyPhoto - thanks so much! Their handiwork is so great to see, though I'm surprised my handy-but-limited pocket camera caught the image :) Glad you're on the mend!
That's beautiful! That spider looked like he was very good at capturing things. Good thing you got out of there when you did!
What a wonderful capture Lulu,... I find cobwebs so divine (but spiders so creepy!). Good luck w/your mosquito bites, I'm afraid my boys and I are wrestling with the same dilemma... bonne week-end!
Adele - thanks and lol, for sure! We've some ferocious spiders here :)Catherine - thank you! I feel the same way. Hope you've been enjoying your time away, and find some relief for those pesky mosquitoes soon!
Post a Comment