He's a beauty! Or she? lol
Oh dear! We have those here too and they are ok until I accidently walk in a web, scares me to death!
Yeah, he really does look like a 4-legged spider. Great photo, though....if you like spiders, that is!
Awesome photo! If her happens to put a lighting bolt-like line in his web then he is of the variety that eat mosquitos! Yay!
it's big! guessing he/she has been enjoying your garden pests ;-)
yiiiiikkkkkeeeees :PI just walked through a spider web right at face level 5 minutes ago and this post did NOT help get rid of the feeling that I have little spiders crawling all over me!!!!great picture, though!Mel
Great photo. We sometimes have them too but I have not seen any this year. The big one is usually the female. ;-)
What lovely colouring the spider has. Jacinta
Great picture. I will admire her from afar!
eeewwwwwwww--we know how i feel about 8 legged critters........great shot, though!!!!
Very cool! My sister would be FREAKING out.
He he...I love spiders but thankfully we don't have any poisonous ones over here. This is an amazing specimen...great photo
Oh my word - that is beautiful and creepy all rolled into one. Have a fabulous weekend,Nina xxx
beautiful! we had one like that once, it was at our front door and we called it our pet, giving it a name that i forgot now. my hubby even endeavored to catch insects to feed it ;)
We did not have these growing up in the mountains, but I do remember them from when I was very little girl living in Kansas. They were everywhere one summer. I'm ok with spiders if they are outside. The minute they come inside, I call my husband to take of them.
This is a wonderful shot! My 7 year old is an enormous bug fan....he will be tickled to see this!
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