Spider Webs

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Bill Anderson

Super Moderator
Staff member
#1
Although the forecast has been for sunshine the past week, it has remained foggy in Edmonds for most (if not all) of the days. Saturday (10/19/13) Terry and I made a brief trip to Yost Park to look for the resident barred owls. The fog was condensing on the tall fir trees, then falling to the ground like rain.

The fog also condensed on spider webs. While this web may not look unusual, it was at least twenty feet above the ground. I hope its occupant is not afraid of heights.
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Some more spider webs up in the trees.
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Terry O

Active Member
#2
Slim pickings indeed, but that's your job, Bill - document those conditions! :) There are some spider webs outside my office that keep tempting me to brave the fog
and take a few shots.
 

Bill Anderson

Super Moderator
Staff member
#4
It is nearly two years later, but I'll revive this old thread rather than start a new one. Monday afternoon (10/5/15) I found a feather caught in a spider web below the #1 viewing platform of the Edmonds marsh. Terry will allow me to post one or two such artsy photos before initiating action to revoke my man card.

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Terry O

Active Member
#5
Wonderfully dainty, Bill :)

Not to scare you though, here's a little more macho shot :) :)

Next to our hummer feeder - I think it is waiting for the next Annas...
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