Beware—more shots of my late great Spider web

DSC00151.JPG WEB YARD GOOD
NOW WE SEE IT
DSC00148.JPG INVISIBLE WEB
NOW WE DON’T

 

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FROM THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF WEB

“Late Great” because this web was in a very precarious position…as is normal for spiders, apparently…as this splendid construction was demolished quickly when I ran right into it and ended up wearing the web like a hair-net…or veil…I forgot it was there.   (Please see yesterday’s post for more web photos if you are so inclined.)

The deck is eight-feet wide.

By the way— my spider web photos are more about photography than spiders or webs.    I have tried repeatedly to capture various topics, and consider it a learning experience.

OH!    The spider is not really as big as she appears, she has a very large bug in her grip, we call it a stink-bug, triangular in shape.

 

Science lesson for today…ants at work

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1. walking along on my subject search…a team of ants moving an item
ants very good
2. an unidentified object that was obviously important
ants close good
3. something blocking the way
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4. over or under?
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5. get er’ up above
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6. (center of photo) a major hurdle
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7. upsy daisy
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8. let’s go under this leaf
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9.  whew!  good job so far
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10. here’s the tricky part of the job
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11. down under the long green leaf, near the flower
ants w flower at destination
12. out of sight alongside the stone