Spider Webs at Archies Creek

Tom Newman

Frankston, Australia

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This is a photo taken in the early morning sunrise of the largest expanse of spider webs I have ever seen. The location was a small country village called Archies Creek, Victoria, Australia ( near Wonthaggi) . The webs covered at least 40 Acres, perhaps more.
I gave up walking the entire perimeter of the webs .

The spiders that made the webs were very small approximately 4mm. This is a very unusual phenomenon and hopefully you will forgive the lack of technical excellence in the shot, but in the interest of sharing this experience with my RB friends I have loaded it up . Perhaps someone else may have experienced this web laying phenomenon?
I assume that the webs, when caught by the breeze, transported the spiders far and wide to propagate elsewhere.
Canon SLR, EOS 50E 35mm Film
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