Professional needle felter and artist writing from a cottage in rural Shropshire. Blogging since 2005.
Thank you for this. We found and photographed one, whilst on a walk with the kids. Never managed to get round to identifying it. Aren't they the most astonishing shade of green? I can just imagine them weaving magic webs.
Not keen on spiders but he is a beauty - isn't nature wonderful. x Jo
Such magic in tiny things. Thank you for sharing.
wow great shots i thought it would be a lot bigger than that, thats some zoom you have on your camera. I hate spiders but that is actually pretty.
What a delightful little spider indeed! It looks like the embodiment of spring; a bit muddy, with brilliant and exciting bits of green. A fabulous find! Thank you for sharing! Wishing you continued inspiration and energy. One curious soul to another, :) Jamile
I like the photo where she is doing a handstand for you :-)D x
She is stunning and so lovely. I am glad she came to pay a call to you.
Oh Gretel, You never fail to show us "delight in simple things".
I've never seen a spider like that - ours are of the boring black variety!
And a male, too. Those dark "boxing gloves" near his face mean he's sexually mature and looking for a mate.
Thanks Charles! I didn't know that - I assumed it was a female - I've learned something new!
Lovely photos! Spiders everywhere just now, aren't there! Every time I walk through the garden I seem to pick up half a dozen tiny ones.
Such a pretty little spider. Will you be making a little spider soon? A cute little green spider, I hope, not a black scary one.
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