THE ENGINEER AND THE STEAM ENGINE Published on September 26, 2014 by chrisrenney An old steam engine and a spider, whom I will name Brunel, busy at work to catch whatever he needs to be self-sufficient and whose hard work represents that of the long defunct engine in which he has made a home and an abbatoir……. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Quite the spider! September spiders are my favorites…. jeweled and beastly. There is so much to like about this shot Chris. The detail, depth and focus is entrancing.
Thank you so much and yes, Jana, those September spiders are particularly busy and I love them. Chris
I wouldn’t even know how to take a shot this good. Impressive! (Even if spiders do give me the creeps…)
Spiders are lovely. Tony, just get out there and get started and tweak your ISO up little higher than on Auto🐝
Love this shot! Beautiful work, Chris.
I just love the artworks spiders create for us! Glad you enjoy it.
So lovely! You’ve turned nature into art. Love the back drop of the old engine. Wonderful!
Thank you so much – I loved this image when I came across it – I think spiders are so unflagging and create such beauty and THEY CATCH FILTHY FLIES – what’s not to love?