Time to Eat

 
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Spider getting ready to eat

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Vero - Oct 13, 2015 03:15 PM EDT
It is going to be a humid couple of days. Today the dnepoiwt went way above what was forecast (forecast was for a 16 to 18C DP). It seems like all summer the DP has been 1 to 3 degrees higher than the popular models have indicated. I wouldn't be surprised to see a humidex advisory out either tomorrow or Thursday for high humidity. If the DP even reaches todays value again tomorrow, we could easily see a humidex value of 40 or 41 degrees, and by Thursday the humidex could reach the 42 to 45 range (at the very most).Still looking good for some severe weather on Thursday, these high dnepoiwts will only help the situation. Rob...are dnepoiwts still being enhanced by evapotranspiration off the crops, or is this purely transported moisture?
Guest - Jul 18, 2004 11:14 PM EDT
Look at the Capital Letters in the remarks from Nyrosie, is she trying to be funny or just a NY'er. Tkx to all for looking at my work. racepics
Guest - Jul 17, 2004 04:26 PM EDT
Awesome Spider Shot!!!
Guest - Jul 16, 2004 02:20 PM EDT
Kiwi-Bruce, do you drive a hack by chance. Some of the best racing I have ever seen was with you Kiwi's and your sidecars and monkeys. Tkx for you comments on my spider, was a job trying to get him in focus with a old 55mm macro.
Guest - Jul 16, 2004 07:38 AM EDT
Well done you've got everything I had hoped for with my attempt. My guy moved so fast I was lucky to even get him at all. Good luck with the contest you could have a winner there. So pleased you finally got it into the contest section.
Guest - Jul 15, 2004 03:22 PM EDT
Silverdebster and Brian, All of its webs hve that long zig zaging heave thread it them. Maybe for attraction, not sure have never researched them. Do not really like them as they grow quite large but seem to stay outside so will leave alone until I find them inside. Thanks for your comments. racepics
Guest - Jul 15, 2004 03:17 PM EDT
This reminds me of Frodo Baggins in The Return of the King. Maybe we should name this spider "Shelob"?
Guest - Jul 15, 2004 02:49 PM EDT
This is really something. The web strands are quite dramatic as they zigzag downwards.
Guest - Jul 15, 2004 10:29 AM EDT
Zoya, thank you for looking at my shot.
Guest - Jul 14, 2004 09:55 PM EDT
what a great shot this is. Love the detail in it

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