Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs
Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

Small Australian Town Covered With Millions of Cobwebs

This one today is for spider lovers, if we have any. It is not a secret that arachnids hate water (you might know it well if you have experienced them in a shower :D) so they are saving their lives and running away from death as water may be rising. A perfect example of this process are shots taken in Wagga Wagga in Australia by photographer Daniel Munoz. This place is horrible for me. You have to have the guts to pass a place like this or even worse – to live there. On the other hand, everything leaves its mark and those terrific spiders left behind enormous amounts of silk in their paths. Crazy nature.

All credits go to Daniel Muzon