Autumn is spider time. The monster house spiders invade our homes and scare us arachnophobes silly. But in the garden, their smaller and far less intimidating brethren hang out on and even in Autumn leaves. The green orb spider didn’t stay long enough for me to get its legs in focus, but I like the shot anyway, for the colour.
This next one, sitting in a hole in a cherry leaf, is probably the smallest spider I have ever photographed.
The last shot is an old one but it fitted the post, so I thought I could get away with repeating it.
We are away on holiday at present so I am not doing a very good job of keeping in touch with everyone’s blogs. I will catch up on our return.
The mother ship launches fighters.
I gave myself a virtual medal for bravery when I took this shot. Good thing I used a tripod for once – my hand was shaking! We are back from our travels, but too late for my daily post. This one is late (it is 1.02am here). Back to normal tomorrow, I mean later today.