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    Regular Member Sydney2's Avatar
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    I did read a report today about how many spiders there seemed to be about this year due to easy conditions. I can certainly vouch for that!
    This is a lovely shot - the sun making her legs glow, is lovely... and it includes lunch

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    I wonder why spiders always hang upside down?
    She seams to have her lunch wrapped up well.
    Nice clear capture

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