Photo Credit – An assortment of different spiders
“June 8, 1992. The Earth Summit was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, South America. The first World Ocean Day was celebrated.
Did you know the world’s largest spider is the Goliath bird eater tarantula and it’s found in South America?
Write a story with eight legs (octopus, two cats, four people, etc).
Or turn the eight sideways and use “infinity” as your prompt.”
Scene of Cobwebs in an Early Spring Morning
What had been going on during the night?
Did all the spiders have a party?
From tree to tree there were cobwebs, between trees that even when you looked at them you would be wondering how the spider managed to get from one tree to the other, spinning his cobweb all the way and landing on another tree, some 6-9 metres in distance.
It truly was a marvelous sight, I stood watching it for a while as the sun was getting stronger the webs were changing in colors, I just have to get my camera and take a photo.
This photo is one of them, I have had to make the photo smaller and you cannot see the threads across to the other tree, but you can see one cobweb on the corner or the gate clearly, I wonder what type of spider had spent the night spinning so much silk, strong enough to fly from tree to tree, without breaking, yes, it was everywhere.