Beyond a shadow of a doubt, this is a long bodied cellar spider. I tried to get some of its web to be visible, as it’s not what people normally think of as a spiderweb.
I had been keeping an eye on this spider. Before laying these eggs, its abdomen was stretched to what looked like near-bursting.
These crevice spiders were living in a piece of rusted metal that was half-buried in my yard. I can’t tell whether this is a male and a female, or two females.
This jumping spider literally dropped in on my laptop.
I wanted to try out a few shots of a spider, while backlit by a sunset. It’s a fairly common orb weaver.
This jumping spider was on the rear windshield wiper of my car.
You can see the pair of eyes it has on the top of its head.
This spider moved into my bathroom recently.
This crab spider was crawling across my jeans, so I took some practice shots with my borrowed 50mm lens.
A variety of insects from Namsan Mountain in Seoul: shown here, a Fulgorid Leafhopper and a Painted Lady butterfly.
Just a spider, her egg sac (which was very slightly “crawling”), and a peppercorn.
This ant is in some serious trouble. It’s caught in a spider web.