Weekly Photo Challenge: Arranged


One amazing thing about a spider is its ability to create various types of silk where each serves a distinct and separate function. The most useful of these types of silk would be the one it uses in making a web.  A web, which is made up of exquisitely arranged threads, in a cruciate form. Studies show that webs arranged in a cruciate form are more attractive to insects than those arranged in a linear form.

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  12. I think spiders are icky but this photo showcases this one as being so delicate that I rather like this spider. I like the black and white presentation. The only thing is that the spider web doesn’t show up as mush. Was there a spider web all around or just on the top??? Thanks … Isadora

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  15. Like the mystery of the web and the life of a spider, the photo stirred my wildest imagination. Stunning photo. The black and white effect is brilliant. Your adventures always bring excitement. Happy Easter my friend. Best wishes to your family.

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  16. It’s a great picture – and quite a stunning spider. The black and white makes the spider stand out in all its beauty. This one looks like a big one, though.

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