A SPIDER ON A WEB

Our busy summer schedules made us forget to clean up our backyard, and look who has taken over. I'm no spider expert I don't know what name this fella holds. Do you know?



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20 comments

  1. Very cute!Love the colors of this photo. Wala brownout diri kay grabe and rallies and demos, maong nakaonline ko,what about in Davao?

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  2. Lovely color. I don't think I'd bother him! Happy Critter Day!

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  3. I'm not sure what kind of spider that is, but what beautiful colour...great shot!

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  4. I don't know what kind it is, but I love its colors!

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  5. Don't know what kind it is but I think it's more interested in its web than it is with us! :)

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  6. wow - what an amazing photography. Somehow surreal, yet incredible beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Please have a wonderful Sunday.


    daily athens

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  7. nice spider. it does its job to trap the mosquitoes with its web so just leave it there. hehehe!

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  8. wow! it's a different kind of Spider, ngayon lang ako nakakita ng yellow na gagamba. :)

    MellowYellow

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  9. What a cool yellow spider, great find!

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  10. I do not know the name but he sure is yellow :)

    http://foto.rudenius.se/post/2010/05/03/Mellow-Yellow-Monday.aspx

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  11. a yellow spider but really don't know of its kind.. :D

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  12. nice shot

    mine is up also

    http://superbusyme.blogspot.com/2010/05/mellow-yellow-monday-3.html

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  13. I'm scared of spiders but that looks cool.

    Happy MYM!

    Liz @ MLC

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  14. that looks scary but I think it won't harm you. cool pic.

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  15. i don't know his name but I sure am quite intrigued with his color. You captured it really well. Have a nice week!

    My MYM is here.

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  16. I like the close up shot. This is a unique coloured spider.

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