This spider was pointed out to me. I *think* the whitish thing is an egg sac or case, but I am unsure. It was kind of cool to see.
spider. This one set up shop a while ago on the side of our house, sheltering behind a downspout when necessary. I think it’s an Araneus nordmanni. We don’t mind it being here. It serves a purpose.
This spider, species unknown, spun its web just off the surface of the siding on the back of the house. I’m happy to let it be.
A spider and its web are silhouetted against the morning sky.
I captured this spider clinging to the siding weekend before last. A little black thing (no not a black widow!), leg span no more than about half an inch across. Though I was not particularly inspired to post today it was, is, important to keep the habit going.
Though she’s not a big fan of spiders, Faye allowed this little creature to explore her arm the other evening. I think jumping spiders are intriguing and attractive little animals
This fellow (or lady, I am unsure which) has taken up residence inside an empty rain barrel. After about a dozen photos, some with flash, it tired of the attention and climbed its web and hid under the rain barrel lid.