Sunday, July 16, 2017

More Cute Babies

They are cute...if you just look closely and give them a chance ;-).  The writing spiders are hatching!

I can find 6 tiny webs in this picture.

The spider sacks from last year's spiders.

Already working hard on their webs.  This one is about the size of a dime.

And catching bugs!

On the other baby front, everything looked good out there yesterday evening :-).


JanejMtl said...

Beautiful pictures. Love those tiny webs! Spiders are awesome.

Sheepmom said...

Dang! I missed them by a week. I hope they do well. Sometime you might want to transplant a few youngsters to another area. Maybe the zinnia bed?

thecrazysheeplady said...

That's a good idea!

sophy0075 said...

Spider webs are so delicate - but that baby's web is so delicate, and intricate! No wonder the finest weight of wool is called "cobweb." I would be proud to knit like that.

LannieK said...

Yea. Tiny.

Rhumpelthreadz said...

Awesome! I sometimes feel like I'm the only person who enjoys letting spiders grow and thrive!! Its nice to know I have kindred spirits.

Judy said...

Cool photos, and a great post! Spiders do serve a great purpose, and I'm happy with that as long as they aren't climbing on me ;-)

Claire Moxon-Waltz said...

Beautiful photos of those tiny webs! I have some spiders in my screened-in porch that are growing very fat on the plethora of moths that are attracted there. I leave the light on so I can attract moths and get great pictures of them, but I seem to also be luring some of them to their sorry end in a spider web. At least the spiders are well fed. Their bodies are now about the size of hazelnuts.


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