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Web Masters II

Dew soaked spider webs in Beacon Hill Park.

For some reason the webs in one corner of the park were unfinished.

Were they all swept aside by dogs, or deer, at the same time and are mid-rebuild? 16 more words



Two days before I moved to New York, a spider spun a web the size of my torso on the front porch. The threads appeared overnight. 308 more words


Spider Webs

in the sun

suspended in the air


until the fly flies
into the trap

trapped to death.

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Nature Walks - September 2015

“So come, get ready.   Don’t delay!  We’re on a nature trail today.”

~Maurice Pledger, from In The Forest

September.  September done, no less.  Actually, my nature walks pictures from September 2014 were in my mind all month. 

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Cobweb of Ghosts

by Esther Davis

I watched the lone survivor ease back into the conscious world. Bloodied mud and scarlet-stained moss lay around him. I ran my tongue over the flesh wedged between my teeth, savoring the taste of centaur. 1,965 more words