I had a great time at Marl Bed Flats yesterday. The birds there did not cooperate for photographs, but I did get to see my first Dunlin in Seminole Co. That was pretty fun. The spiders and butterflies were much more cooperative though. On the way out, I found a couple Red-femured Spotted Orbeavers with their nets across the path. One was in the sunlight, and I had fun trying to capture the rim light on the spider and webbing. On the way back, a White Peackock butterfly sat in the sun for me. All in all, it was a good morning.
That's a new spider for me! Now I'll have to go on a search.....ReplyDelete
Great photographs, as usual, Scott!
Thanks! I'm just starting to notice them more. They're seem to be showing up where Golden-silk Orbweaver webs used to be.ReplyDelete