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That is a great capture Peggy.
Fascinating. Do you know what kind of spider lives in there?
No I don't, Louise. You can't even see the spider web when the dew isn't on it! I never even knew it was there until then.
What interesting pics. You're a careful observer. Admiring your thyme. ;)
Very interesting. Its amazing how spiders can make such detailed webs. Im sure this was a good location for it to pick up a ton of prey.Sean at His and Her Hobbies
I know,Sean! Amazing mother nature!
Awesome! It is like an artistic creation. Thanks for sharing...and for visiting my blog.
It is Laurel!
There's beauty everywhere if you look close enough. Lovely photos.
For sure, Sandra. Always keeping an eye out for it!
I never use spider and lovely in the same sentence but I must admit that I often marvel at their webs. Here is my post: http://tinyurl.com/n53ugk9
All of nature is lovely really.
That is amazing!
Oh yea, Patty. Just glad I noticed it. I love life's little treasure we find along the way.
Very cool -- so intricate!Joy's Book Blog
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