superbe toile d'araignée, du beau travail
Big! With hairy feet, I suspect. Nice capture, JM.
I'm with Brattcat....I bet he's big and kind of scary looking.
This very different from the traditional web I posted today.
There are webs and webs! This is the kind which hopefully will always remain!
I would not want to get tangled up in that!
For some tenants it would be too late then...
Fantastico! A luz esta demais:)
I wonder if that is like the bag worms we used to have in Dallas...they'd weave this silky bag around our Cedar trees which, if not removed, would kill the tree. And removing the damn things was a horrible job!
Great photo but I wouldn't want to be anywhere near the web when the landlord's around...
I'm not sure if I'd like to meet 'landlord', but his 'home' is pretty:)
Your thought was my first thought!
I wouldn't want to walk through something like that. Yikes!Sydney - City and Suburbs
I'm not at all interested in seeing the residents.
nice web :)
You could have found that "landlord" and taken a picture for me Jose. LOL!! Next time you have an upset tummy, eat one of the leaves from that plant. They are medicinal.
OOooo, that's a pretty nasty web. I wonder who lives in there. Run fast!!!Leave it alone. LOL MB
Good job , the owner is not lazy ;)
Supreendente!Essa aranha trabalhou duro por entre as flores!Linda foto!Léia
I prefer not to know!!!
Imagine that. We surf a world wide web and yet get slightly intimidated by a local one... :)
Não sei o que é mais bonito ... as flores, a 'web' (grande achado, JM!) ou o conjunto todo. Mas queremos o 'autor', o 'autor'!!
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