Work of A Great Teacher


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“There are two kinds of teachers: the kind that fill you with so much quail shot that you can’t move, and the kind that just gives you a little prod behind and you jump to the skies.”
~Robert Frost quote~

As I stood on the roadway trying to capture this work of a tiny little creature ….could not help but be impressed by the wonder of Nature …I did many versions of this …this was my favorite ….
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Thousands of webs hung in the tundra pool…this spot is called the moose ponds by locals ..never fail to see a moose around this road way …while taking shot a tour bus stopped to see if I had spotted a moose ….
I am amazed at the difference in all the webs …wish I had taken a pair of boots so I could have gotten closer…. each spider weaving their web a little different a little stronger ..some full-of food others empty but morning dew clinging like jewels hanging in the morning sun … waiting for a person to pick them for a party of the fairy world….
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The spiders of the tundra are always there …..it just takes morning dew and mist to show us their wonderful life ……wish I was the artist these little teachers of life are …..

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