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Spider glory. I was torn between this being in photography and my happy places...cause this is just beautiful.

I love spider webs. Once, I was lucky enough to watch a large garden spider build it's web. It was awesome. I would love the chance to watch a spider build one like this!

I will listen hard to your tuition And you willl see it come to its fruition I'll be wrapped around your finger.

Esoteric Symbology of The Spider & The Web Part I. Spider in Mythology, & Folklore The symbol of Spider & the Web it Weaves feat…

Weed jewelry, by Katarina Christenson  kasia-aus

REMEMBER: Do not kill the spiders that appear in your garden and anywhere outdoors. These spiders are like Charlotte in 'Charlotte's Web'. They are KIND spiders, won't harm you, and will EAT the mosquitoes in your yard .

Black and Yellow Argiope Spider - Argiope aurantia

Amazing Black and Yellow Argiope Spider (garden spider)-Argiope Aurantia.

This is a dewy spider web I discovered early one morning in my backyard.

a dewy spider web Not fond of spiders, really dislike walking into their webs by surprise, but THEIR art work is beautiful!

Sharon Johnstone is a Birmingham-based fine art nature photographer. Of her Dew Drop photographs, she writes: "With macro photography I escape to another little world. I love finding beautiful colors and abstract compositions within nature. I think I am at my happiest when I am crawling around on my hands and knees exploring a small patch of moss dripping with sparkling dew in the early morning sun."

Stunning macro photographs of Dew Drops

Gorgeous Macro Photographs of Dew-Soaked Dandelions. By UK photographer Sharon Johnstone. Such a perfect mix of light and water, they almost look like candy. See many more images in her macro galleries. (via daily art fixx)