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Caught on the Web

In the spider web of facts, many a truth is strangled. – Paul Eldridge

I think this is a frame within a frame, no? I think so!

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To Weave a Web of Song

Spiders get a bad rap. Consider their fascinating origin according to Greek mythology: Arachne, a talented but mortal weaver, challenged the goddess Athena to a weaving contest. 243 more words

Hubbard Fellowship Blog - Mysterious Strands of Silk

This post is written and illustrated by Katharine Hogan, one of our Hubbard Fellows.  

In November, I visited the Valentine National Wildlife Refuge on Highway 83 south of the town of Valentine. 884 more words

Prairie Photography

Early rarities

January has arrived and once again even the humblest local bird becomes the first of its kind to grace the ‘year list’ and which with my garden list full of common delights plus an additional surprise mallard I set off for a walk out to Hethersett Hall with its parkland and lake acting as magnets for some scarcer locals. 487 more words


So… For the first time in a very long time I’ve had a holiday which actually felt like one. It allowed me to recharge in a way that I hadn’t before and so, even though I’m physically tired I’m mentally more stable than I’ve been in a long time. 461 more words


Raining Spiders

I’m standing in my driveway directing the spray from a garden hose at mud wasp nests stuck to underside beams of the porch roof and at spider webs hanging on the wall in front of me.  493 more words

His Web

the web, silver, wet and sticky -she sees.

– how, wonders she, to such a state as this?

His shoulder’s stooped,

his voice high pitched, his hands cupped and curled, 224 more words