Spiderweb, Huntington Beach State Park

Some spiders weave complex geometrical patterns.

Some don’t.

Mass of iridescent spiderweb linking to a broken bracnh.


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6 Responses to Spiderweb, Huntington Beach State Park

  1. Tom Watson says:

    Wow! How striking,

  2. What a wonderful world. It is all so miraculous.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Barbara – Well, yes, although there are some slimy bits, too. I saw a green heron cavorting in a pond in St. Augustine this week and got 1 or 2 almost sharp photos, but the pond he was in was scummy. It doesn’t make for nice photos.

  3. Laurna Tallman says:

    Splendid composition! This web makes a fascinating subject because we have become so accustomed to the geometrical webs. I will watch for more of these.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Laurna – Thank you. I only saw this one because the sun was in the right position and it was at the right height for me. Sorta makes you wonder what we miss . . .

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