Weekly Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin’

Weekly Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin’  This week, share a photo that says summer lovin’ to you. It might be a favorite pair of sandals you can’t bear to part with, the homemade salsa you made with veggies from your garden, the flowers you planted, or your family frolicking on the beach. If summer is on the way in your hemisphere, show us something hot hot hot: your homemade sriracha sauce, some friends shuckin’ and jivin’ on the dance floor, or even the furnace or boiler that heats your home.

It isn’t summer here, but I have spent enough time in northern places where summer is a time of outdoor activity and productivity because the rest of the year is cold. Something has definitely been productive in these photos.

There was a very impressive number of tiny spiders! I'm lucky I saw them because I'm sure they dispersed as soon as they could.

There was a very impressive number of tiny spiders! I’m lucky I saw them because I’m they dispersed as soon as they could, and there was no sign of them a short time later.

These are spiders though. I saw this web going from one plant to another and it was covered with many, many tiny spiders making their way up and down between the plants

There was a web going from one plant to another and it was covered with many, many tiny spiders making their way up and down between the plants

I thought this was a bunch of tiny, newly hatched spiders but when I looked at the photo, I saw that they are not spiders at all

I thought this was a bunch of tiny, newly hatched spiders but when I looked at the photo, I saw that they are not spiders at all

 

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About Kris Cunningham

We live in David, Chiriqui Provence, Republic of Panama! This blog is about some of our experiences in our new country.
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6 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Summer Lovin’

  1. babso2you says:

    What are they? Thank you for however you related my article to yours…how did you do that?

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