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Photo: Spiderwebs in morning fog

city of spiders in morning dew

city of spiders in morning fog

Not sure what the spiders were. Could be Latrodectus bishopi, the red widow, a venomous species native to Florida. The consensus seems to be that it prefers palmetto and sand scrub, ..the environment in which I shot this photo early one morning while hiking the Florida Trail. The spiders appeared minuscule to me, barely distinguishable in the web unless I was looking at a knat or something else.  But it was the same everywhere I looked. The shot is a bit fogged because it was ..foggy. Made the webs really stand out like Whoville  floating on top of the green. The webs could easily be seen for a hundred yards or so.

I’m sure they are still there and get along just fine without knowing anything about Democrats or Republicans. Things in the wild don’t know or care about civilization and get along just fine.

But: They all live in separate webs. Even spiders understand private property and that there has to be boundaries.

2John 1:7  For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.

In the Name of Jesus Christ, Amen

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