The ebbs and flows of a blessed gardener.
Okay! Now that's just plain freaky!!
It's good to hear from you again!I like spiders! We had some black and yellow around!
Lovely blog, but ew! Such an ugly spider! He does have a rather kind face though. Very interesting!
Yes, I agree... it's so cool and so rare. I've never seen a yellow spider!Haven't seen you blog much lately, Lynn.
My daughter says this spider is cute! I guess it does have a certain charm.As long as it's eating pests off the plants, I will put up with it. Good Macro shot!
I suppose as far as spiders go he'll do. I know Doris and I found one on her plants and it was a tiny pure white one. But still . . .EeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwGlad to have you back and love that Daylily.
ewwwwwwwwww but I can't look away. Looks like it is smiling at me. lol.Debbie
This is a crab spider, and yes... I just saw one yesterday! They're small and very CUTE! :-) I love that you took such a close-up photo! Have a great day.Plus, I like your playlist.
Such a tiny spider and so colorful. I took a photo of one last summer on a red celosia. www.barbsflowergarden.blogspot.comHave a good day!
I'm new to your blog. You have a beautiful garden! The spider is interesting, I've never seen anything like that! Great photography. Have a great weekend! :)
What the hell is it? Looks like there's a smile on it! It's so crazy. Looks fake too with it's bright yellow color on the purple/blue blooms!
Hi ALL! Thanks for your visits and comments! FUN to know others have spotted this interesting spider so, yes, it is real!Wendy, it's a crab spider and the spots that you think are eyes are actually not it! And look closely, there are even markings that 'look' like teeth! Strange but beautiful...me thinks!
Only you could get a smiling spider. LOL
No, I don't thing I have ever seen a yellow spider before, and that one is actually kind of cute! Sorry about the previous napkin curtain comment, it was meant for someone else! LOL
Aw, he's adorable, and those are great shots Lynn!
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