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Old Mar 6, 2005, 10:21 AM   #1
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I caught the spider again today, and was astonished to see a demon's face on the stomach-side view. Do you see it? See the close up below also. The other two were captured at different phases of construction/weaving of the web.
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Old Mar 6, 2005, 10:24 AM   #3
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forgive me, but I dont see it!
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I don't get it. Poor focus.
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I have circled the area.
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Did you also see the cute little Kitty with it's paws covering it's ears?
This is a very talented spider you have. Now, all we have to do is see if anyone can find the weeping Madonna.:roll:

Fun pic,
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Old Mar 6, 2005, 11:13 PM   #9
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True, Smac! Illusions aside, I think that spider is really talented - I see it building its huge web every day after the sunset, inabout an hour and a half,only to wind it up all early in themorning before sunrise! During the day time, it rests in a folded leaf of a nearby plant - there is no trace of the web, except for one long silky thread connecting two plants. I do not know whether all spiders do this. Good thing about photography - it makes us learn nature also!
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True, Smac!* Illusions aside, I think that spider is really talented - I see it building its huge web every day after the sunset, in*about an hour and a half,*only to wind it up all early in the*morning before sunrise!* During the day time, it rests in a folded leaf of a nearby plant - there is no trace of the web, except for one long silky thread connecting two plants.* I do not know whether all spiders do this.* Good thing about photography* - it makes us learn nature also!
This is true of Orb Weaver spiders. They build a new web every day. Amazing creatures.
I agree with you, photography seems to provide us with many learning opportunities. It is only up to us to take advantage of them.

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