In a Nutshell

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cmykchick:

reality check

cmykchick:

reality check

Years ago, a gecko got into the house, and I couldn’t catch it to put it outside. I found him again the day I moved. RIP, little gecko. (Taken with Instagram)
Puddle Reflection. (Taken with Instagram)
Giant lichen orb weaver. (Taken with Instagram)
Spiny backed orb weaver. (Taken with Instagram)

buggirl:

pennylane0302:

The other half and I found this spider outside our back door and yes it was as big as it looks. AND all that fuzzy stuff on her behind are her hundreds of babies!!! WE KILLED IT!

We sprayed it with raid and as soon as the other half did that the babies started crawling everywhere! I SCREAMED lol then got my broom, and precceded to smash the hell out of the floor for baby spiders I could not see that well lol. I THINK I got them all I THINK…

Seriously?  This makes me so sad.  This mother HARMLESS and BENEFICIAL Wolf Spider was minding her own business OUTSIDE where she belonged- no doubt ridding your home of unwanted pests.  That raid???  Yea, it will give you cancer and destroys the ecosystem.  People are just SO ignorant.  You feel the need to take of photo of nature’s wonders than proceed to brag about how you smashed it?  Get an education. Please.

(Source: pennylane0924)

Vultures. Palm Point, Newnans Lake, Gainesville, Fla., March 8, 2012.
Path. Palm Point, Newnans Lake, Gainesville, Fla., March 8, 2012.
Lakeside. Palm Point, Newnans Lake, Gainesville, Fla., March 8, 2012.
Score! Newnans Lake, Gainesville, Fla., March 7, 2012.