My grandson loves these big web weaving spiders. Much to his fathers dismay. Often found in the September, they commonly are lumped together with their cousins as garden spiders. Usually shy, this one stayed on web for a pose, content to finish its evening meal. The pic has been sent to my grandson…I’m waiting to hear his delight…its bigger than the one he’s been raising outside his window all summer!
Not quite Wordless Wednesday. After a couple of weeks of tender moments, the passing of memories and honoring my mother’s legacy; it was good to get back on the trail this evening. This golden hour shot seemed to capture the sentiment of these last few days. A September to remember.
There’s an angry red line advancing across the radar. Trees give swagger to the wind as the sun recedes behind advancing clouds. We are on the EDGE of the storm.
Another Wordless Wednesday
Taken at Columbian Park, Lafayette Indiana.