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Bowl and Dollie spider webs my husband and I found this scene in early April last year in one of the few parks that had not been shut down by Covid restriction Duval County, FL. It had rained the night before and was foggy when we arrived creating the perfect conditions to highlight literally thousands of these webs in this forest. The 1st photo below represents just one small section of the forest. The 2nd photo is a close up of one of the webs. I was in awe of this sight and a little creeped out at the same time.

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I love spiders, they creep me out on occasion, like when you walk face first through their webs and then see them dangling off the peak of your hat a few minutes later, but I still love watching them and seeing the beautiful work they do with their webs. Here's a few of my spider web shots.









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On 3/28/2021 at 5:29 AM, Clip said:

It is such a natural off shoot of birding. There are more bugs than birds and with super zoom point shoot cameras it is easy to get good photographs. I'm not surprised this thread is growing so fast.

Also many kinds of insects are active in the heat of summer when birding tends to be a little slow.

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