Trying my hand at many types of crafty techniques. I enjoy altering, stamping, coloring, etching, and even some metal stamping from time to time..... Darla G
Oh my goodness, Darla - my spine is all a heebies-jeebies now!Wonderful pictures - the color of the pansies is my favorite color!
It looked like they were going to eat that rose bush. Patsy
WOW! They're all busy there! Nice shots and your banner alone is beautiful;)Mine is up HERE. Hope to see you there! Happy TF!~
The baby spiders give me the willies. I've seen that green spider on my roses but I've never seen it web and certainly not produce the babie. Eeeewww!
Yikes look at that spider/spiders! I love the shade of purple on these sweet pansies!!
Great flowers and even greater photos of spider and offspring!
Love those pansies texture..
I've had those same spiders too! They have these big nest looking things and tons of babies all caught up inside the webs.
Hi Darla!How exciting! And great photos of them too :)It's a Green Lynx Spider. We had one at our house last year, but haven't found any this year.They don't make traditional webs. They wait for their prey to come along and then quickly snatch them and eat them much like preying mantids do. They leave little bits of webby trails but that's about it.Beautiful roses too!
The color of those pansies is striking Darla. I've never seen so many baby spiders in my life. Very creepy.... :)
OH eeeewwww..just in time for Halloween.
Your flowers are lovely and seeing your spiders is making me itch!!
The flowers are beautiful but the spiders! I am brushing my arms off after looking at them! lol
Great pictures. That is quit allot of spider baby's.
The photos of the pansies and rose are very lovely and vibrant!The spider photos look a bit scary as I am not fond of them.
It amazes me you were able to get close enough to photograph all of those spiders. Are you getting brave?
Oh my Gosh! I haven't been over here for a while and am spending some time catching up with your posts. I can't believe all those spiders! Yikes!
Darla, Nice pics! I've had green lynx spiders on my plumbago and thryallis. They are really interesting to watch stalk and then attack their prey. I have a picture of one attacking a bumblebee here.I had never noticed them before I saw a bunch of babies. They caught my eye and a closer look revealed the big mama spider. Now I notice them quite often.
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