Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Fluffy Goodness

      Aren't these photos gorgeous? Something very ethereal about them. Little do you know that they're 
      actually spider's webs strewn across sticks and branches. Lovely, no? I spared you the more 
      Arachnophobia-like pictures, but you're welcome to explore for yourself here. This web fairyland was 
      created as a result of excessive flooding that drove the spiders upwards onto sticks and branches in 
      Wagga Wagga, Australia.
      Image source:

      Wait a minute, it gets better. Apparently, something similar happened in Sindh, Pakistan in 2010, but it
      was not so much cotton fields but rather cotton candy.
       Image source: National Geographic.

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