I Am Not Alone

Yet another critter. I don’t mind these guys, though. I’m not fond of scorpions, mice, or roaches—all of which I have to deal with periodically. But this picture was taken about 19:00 yesterday, and it’s now 10:12 today and he is where he was when I took this picture. No doubt, I interrupted his hunting expedition. How can a poor spider be stealthy while a 150# woman with a camera on her face flashes light at him? He’s probably lost a couple of meals, and I imagine he’s yelling, “YOU CAN’T SEE ME!!” His confidence in his supreme spiderness is probably injured, too; perhaps destroyed.





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Walker, golfer, talker, wine taster, amateur photographer, Mac user, bookkeeper, tech junkie.

Posted on December 20, 2014, in Photos. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. He’s really not very big at all. With his legs, he’s less than .75″. His body is about .375″ long. He is STILL where he was. I wonder if he’s okay.

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