The pictures on this web page and that display from links on this web page, are the property of Bret Busby, and may not be reproduced without his written permission. He has larger copies of most of the images – of the images on this web page, some are cut from the full-sized images, and most are reduced versions of the full-sized images. If you want a full-sized copy of any of the images, contact him via the email address at the bottom of the page. A fee may be payable.
1. The images below, might not show sufficient detail.
2. Click on each image below, to open the larger sized version of the image in a new tab or window.
3. The sequence is best viewed in the order displayed, to show the strand of the web, from left to right.
4. In the first photograph, the sunlight on the strand, is shown just to the right of the palm tree, behind the power pole in the middle of the photograph. The palm tree is the north-western end of the line.
5. In the second photograph, the sunlight on the strand is shown in about the middle of the photograph, above the power line.
6. In the third photograph, the sunlight on the strand is shown in about the middle of the photograph, above the power pole.
7. In the fourth photograph, the sunlight on the strand is shown above the end of the house.
8. In the fifth photograph, the sunlight on the strand is shown just to the right of the tree with the orange leaves, in about the middle of the photograph. The tree just to the right of the sunlight on the strand, is the south-eastern end of the line; the other end from the palm tree.
9. This is not something that is not real and made up - I have showed the line of the web, to some of the neighbours, who have seen the full length of the line of the web.
And, here is the crunch line.... What massively big spider, creates such a thing? No spider a foot or two across, waiting on your roof, to jump on you and eat you when you walk out the door, or anything so large. Just the common, garden orb spider, up to a couple of inches across, common all over Australia.
I can be contacted by email by clicking on my name at the end of this sentence - Bret .
This web page was last updated on 19 February 2009