Delicately Woven in the Sunlight

The world is as delicate and as complicated as a spider’s web, and like a spider’s web, if you touch one thread, you send shudders running through all the other threads that make up the web.  ~ Gerald Durrell  ~

Spider Web Spider Web 2 Spider Web 3 Spider Web 4

Intricately constructed in the lime tree.

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7 Responses to Delicately Woven in the Sunlight

  1. Spiders’ webs are amazingly intricate and sturdy, too!

    janet

    • indacampo says:

      Yes, I know…some are comparatively as strong as steel or Kevlar! Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. schuttzie says:

    Great web photos! We once had a big garden spider up by our deck and our children delighted in finding bugs to throw into the web to watch her come up quickly and wrap them in her silk. We watched her most of the summer as she laid a big nest of eggs.

    • indacampo says:

      The big ones really come out in Dry Season here. They come in all shapes, sizes and colors. I was folding laundry on the kitchen counter one day and was shocked to see a Brown Widow crawling on the counter. It must have crawled into something on the clothesline. Not that the rains have started we won’t see many but I always find them fascinating to watch, especially when the wind move the web and they think they’ve capture something. 🙂

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