This beautiful yellow garden spider, Agiope aurantia, made her web framed by Black Eyed Susans.
She found a perfect protected spot where lots of insects fly by. And her delicate ‘zig-zag’ web makes this spot even more beautiful.
For the Daily Post’s
Photos by Woodland Gnome 2016
Lifelong teacher and gardener.
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A very beautiful frame.
Thank you ❤