Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

The silken strands of a spider web catch the afternoon sun. Hours went into its creation but one gust of wind, a struggling insect or a passing bird will destroy this miniature masterpiece.

A spider’s work is never done.

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22 thoughts on “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

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  2. oh so beautiful, especially the way the light hits the web. I am a fan of spiders, as long as they are outside and not inside!! There are some rather large ones here in Sri Lanka… but on closer inspection πŸ™‚ it seems that in actual fact, the body is quite small and it is just the legs that are so long that make the whole thing look big. There is a video of one on my instagram (Greenglobaltrek). This particular one is called a “wood spider”.

    Peta

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