Black Widow Web (insects ). Photo by Dingybird

Black Widow Web

Uploaded by: Dingybird

Sunday November 11, 2012

Rockledge, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Between a bush & my screened porch. Looks like it kept adding on, somewhat irregular & almost sloppy! It is going away very soon though!

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About Dingybird

Dingybird

Found wunderground many years ago recommended by a friend. The first picture I opened was of a little bird that looked just like one I raised from a tiny baby. We called it Dingybird because he was always up to something & so smart. Wunderground always brings a smile no matter what the day brings. Great weather monitoring too. Now my granddaughter has me raising butterflies and my passion for photographing something besides her has returned.

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