As the Crazy Leg Spider emerges from his web tunnel home, and takes a look around with it's six little black eyes.. After surveying the water droplet covered web, and deciding that all is well in the landscape of spidersville..
Then said to it's self, "Think I will go look around with my 6 black eyes and find me some spiderchow....
Eek! Remind me to watch out for these guys the next time I go to the Arboretum!
Lovely shot, Fay, and wonderful to see a photo from home!
@Shibin Zhao That little spider surprised me!
@Karin F. Yes, I wished in retrospect that I had been on a tripod but it was hand held and I was just trying to get his eyes in focus before he scurried across the web. Thanks so much for the comment.
I liked spiders at one time more than I do now. I guess they just scare me a little bit. This is an amazing photo of a spider surrounded by the morning dew.
@Michelle Angelini Hahaha! Yeah... they scare me too but he was tiny! Thanks for taking the time to comment!
@Harshavardhan Bhat Thanks so much!
@Shivi H. Thanks Shivi!
@Christine Frick Thanks Christine!
Magnificent photograph, my congratulations on it. Thousands of water 'diamonds'making a curtain to the flowers at the back, and allowing in the star performer his/her entrance. Music please, not that its needed.Just lovely. j.e.s........
@Joy Saldanha Thank you very much! So much appreciate it!
@Dale Day I know... me too! And they are so quiet!
@S. Woolley Thanks so much!
@Teran Jones Thanks Teran! He was so tiny!
@Shane Hughes Thanks Shane!
@Yiannis Tsifilitakos Thank you Yiannis...
@Pela Tiberiu Thanks! (And I just learned a new word!!)
@Ghaith Nabeel Thanks!
@Murat ALICI Thanks Murat!
@Reyna Paola MohedanoThank you so much! I did not realize until today that the photo got Photo of the Day. It was a lovely surprise!
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