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Soaring Above the Andes
Dripping R Face
Thirsty
The Eyes have it
Carol in the Sci Art window
reflective face image at MOLA
First kiss.
Purple Reign and Beauties
Divine Lorraine
Cosmic Flower
Beauty Stands Out
Step Into My Parlor
Devon
The Nation's Capital After-hours
Cristo Redentor - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
Trailhead at Westmoreland Sanctuary
Chasing the Sunset
Apple Firescape
Leopard in a Tree
Pumpkins in the Fall.
Hong Kong night and day
Buzzing at Vietnamese market
A mother and daughter cheetah in a nature reserve.
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Step Into My Parlor

The world of the very small seems so different our own. Life adapts itself to suit the needs. Those hairs transmit vibration from the filaments of spider silk. While arachnids are, for many, a source of terror they are a wonderfully designed facet of nature.

TAGS: Insect, Nature, Spider, Tennessee, United States

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Date Taken: 04.2016
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