Spider Web and the Feather

A very busy little spider created a very sturdy, but gossamer web next to the sidewalk.  Some bird, flying over-head and in no particular notion to shed a feather, did so anyway.  

The feather drifted slowly down, through the Rio Grande Cottonwood branches and came to a stop in the home of the spider. 

And me…. 

I saw it and took a photo! 

Linda

11 thoughts on “Spider Web and the Feather

  1. You are like me…I always notice those things and celebrate them
    don’t always take a picture though (o:
    Love those sunset pictures
    at first I thought the house was on fire
    The pen set is beautiful….

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  2. Wow—that’s one sturdy spider web, don’t you think???? Neat picture, Linda…. I don’t care much for spiders–but I do love to see how they weave their webs… It’s amazing!!!

    Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. OK, so I’m a bird nerd and instead of the poetry I wonder “where did that come from?” Looks like a wing feather to me, bigger on one side than the other, and fairly tight-webbed, from a dove maybe? They should be molting about now.

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  4. And then dozens of people around the world heard about it and began to think of creation and how all things are connected for a purpose. For His glory.

    ~Faith

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  5. I followed you over from Northview Diary and found your blog, homey, informative and as comfortable as a conversation with a friend on the front porch. I was about to head home and ran into your observation of the feather suspended in the spider web.

    Poetry. I love poetry 🙂

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