Thursday, September 06, 2007

Spiders Everywhere

I have taken some really good photos of spiders. But so many readers don't like them that I have not posted them. This one I have to post. It is on the window of one of my front doors. It is busy all night, no matter how cold it is. This was taken through glass.

The weekend was wonderful, school is happy and busy (with a tragedy on Tuesday), my Tuesday night college class has begun. I have so much to blog: memes, this weekend, the cats, the weather . . . you know all about it. I've fallen behind in only four days. Many readers have expressed curiosity about the Bread and Puppet museum from my Wordless Wednesday post. I am not going to be bored for a long time!

As spiders try to move into the house for the winter, the bathroom spider has disappeared. Wingnut and I decided to let this cellar spider remain in the bathroom for photographs. I had cleaned carefully around the web and the spider stayed put. But after I cleaned Thursday night, it disappeared. I actually miss that spider.


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8 comments:

  1. I like spiders, but Diane screams!!!!!!

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  2. Oooh. Nice. I love pictures like this....and by the way the guy with the bull@#$% protector was listening to Hillary Clinton. I didn't want anyone think I'm a Hillary hater, b/c I'm not. It was just a funny photo my dad sent me. Have a good week!

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  3. wow - spiders.. like the photos but don't like spiders.

    happy day today :)

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  4. I have no problems with you posting photos of spiders...they are wonderful subjects...so many shapes and sizes and I love their webs with dewdrops or frost on them. They make the garden look magical. :o)

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  5. I love spiders...yumm...not real big ones though, they scare me.

    Hugs...G

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  6. so let me understand, the word "splat" is not so good here? ha ha

    smiles, bee

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  7. OK, I am one of those "odd" people who really love spiders!

    When I was a child, we lived in an old house with lots of spiders. I remember that one laid eggs in the corner of the ceiling of my room and I would not let my mother touch it. I was so excited when all the babies emerged from the egg sack! I still remember it well.

    I guess I must have read "Charlotte's Web" at impressionable age.

    Great photos!

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