The challenge this week is ‘to share the structure of something that is typically overlooked.’
“What kind of flower is that?” I wonder, as I spy crumpled pink on the footpath.
“O, oh. Is it dead?” I zoom in.
A couple stops to find out what I’m photographing and before I can say anything to them about poisonous … , he’s picked up a broken branch to touch …
the spider … which grasps the proffered twig and hangs-on in mid-air, while being carried to a near-by tree.
Here it stays, held fast by eight skinny legs – an impressive structure!
Not really scared of spiders … am fascinated by their differences, their webs … their ingenuity and their persistence.
Tiny spiders like these surely have a sense of humour – ‘Moustache’ Spiders?
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