Weekly Photo Challenge: Zigzag (II)


Sunday 03 August, 2014 by Uncle Spike

This week’s second entry from me for the Weekly Photo Challenge is perhaps not a true zigzag, but that’s how I always consider the leg formation of our Hunstman spiders after they have gone to Arachnoid heaven.

Hope you enjoy this entry – ok, perhaps enjoy is not the right word?!




The first entry for this week can be found here: WPC ‘Zigzag’ (I)




15 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Zigzag (II)

  1. Not the best-looking thing in the world, dead or alive D:.


  2. Another good one Spike. You seen to have this challenge well sorted!


  3. seeker says:

    dead yo the world.


  4. eschudel says:

    Very cool – of course, I can say that because it’s not sitting in my living room with me…


  5. fredrieka says:

    I would bark like crazy at it they creep me out


  6. SPFischer says:

    Okay, Uncke Spike, nice take on the challenge, but I almost dropped my phone when I saw the photo! Not a fan of anything eight-legged, but especially big, hairy spiders!!!!


  7. dayphoto says:

    Oh….icky, yucky! HUGE is the word!!!



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