The tiny spider

in photography •  2 months ago  (edited)


The champak tree leaf is big enough for a tiny spider to weave its web so as to catch smaller insects.

The rain abated a little and I had gone over to see if the jasmine ha flowered when I caught sight of the spider. The photos have not come out as clearly as I had expected it to.


You can see the web it is trying to weave if you look closely.


The leaf from a distance so that you can see the actual size of the spider.

A few months before, I had photographed a caterpillar on a leaf of the same tree and it had come out well.

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and the locust

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Well, some days are lucky

images - sayee

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