The game camera captured a unique experience for you and I. First here is a moth
Then a rather messy spider web
Suddenly the spider started tearing apart the web
She seemed rather disgusted with her work.
Then up she went
The next photo shows it RESTORED!! Beautiful!
Here is the spider in the daytime
Just so you know. I took down the camera. The little panicky feeling I get when I see the web, not to mention the spider itself is not a thrill I want to experience every time I go out to get the camera.
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,
I do believe I am one of the luckiest people in the world. I have so many wonderful blog friends and each one of you is so amazingly generous to me!
Megan sent this to me with the following:
“Good morning Linda! I looked out my window this morning and couldn’t believe what I saw! I knew I had to send you a picture!! ”
” It was quite a feat getting my camera to focus on the web and not the garden behind it. The neighbors must have thought I was nuts hanging out the window taking pictures of who knows what ”
A Heart from a Spider, as a gift the world! Thank you, Megan!
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.
I saw it and took a photo!