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Posted by head gardener
Hi Ruth, It's even got 8 wellies on for all the rain....Cheers Mark
I didn't see it, at first! You can always find something in the flowers... hehe
I love garden spiders! All I have found in this new place are Daddy Long Legs and Black Widows, which are poisonous. I've had to have the pest guy come spray, which I detest doing because it offs all the good guys, too. But we had too many of the black creatures - I was afraid for my dogs.Your garden is glorious~
It's really tiny huh. Thanks for the zoom. Lovely photo. I like the colours in your garden. :)
LOL....I have a spider this week too.YOURS is better tho.
What a pretty green color. I am a little bit scairt of spiders. It sure is a pretty picture though.
Green always fascinated me. Great shots. Wishing you a calm, happy and lovely weekend! http://crizlai.blogspot.com/2007/07/photo-hunters-tiny.html
Great photo. Definitely tiny. Thanks for sharing.
Ruth, I wish I could spend a day with you and get some picture taking pointers!
Great shot of the spider! Certainly tiny! Lovely garden. :)My tiny photos.
It took you probable a lot of time to find something so tiny in your garden, lol !
that is one serious looking spider!! Great shot!!
I love this idea! Very pretty gardens...
i see that you have green fingers...nice spidey shot you took...mine's up too... check it out...http://alvin-chew.blogspot.com/2007/07/photo-hunter-tiny.htmlhave a nice weekend... cheers
What a lovely garden! And if you didn't zoom in, I wouldn't have seen that spider either,..lol. Great photos! Have a good weekend, and thanks for sharing.
I weeded the greenhouse yesterday, so saw a lot of these little guys! :-) They don't bother me much, but my girls go running!! hehe
Ruth, tiny is right up your alley! You are always working in macro mode with your stunning photos! The eensy-weensy spider!!!!
Awesome garden...I love your tiny garden spider. Perfect for our theme.Visit mine:http://thelifeandtimesofgran.blogspot.com/2007/07/photo-hunters-tiny.html
One thing I have learned from doing macros of spiders, like yours, is that they are uglier up close than far away! Great shot!
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