Furry Friends


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FURRY FRIENDS

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This page is about spiders. Or rather two particular spiders.

I found one big furry brute in my garden in August 2001 and the other one the next day, waiting to pounce on an unsuspecting fly in my hall. I found them both strangely photogenic. These are some of the pictures I shot before returning them to the wild, or in the case of the longer-legged one, loosing it under the fridge. I know many of you don't like spiders, but I swear the photographs featured on this page can't hurt you, any more than any real spider of UK origin can. However if arachnids freak you out, your back-button or the 'Close Window X' may be the thing to hit now!
OTHERWISE, ENJOY!

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I promise no spider was harmed in the production of this page

Not dead, just sleepy

ABOVE: This one is just playing dead to lour you into a false sense of security.

BELOW: While this one ponders that ancient question: To Imac or not to Imac?

I've seen Rugby players with less body hair. A hairy arse Poised to spring into action 'You can kiss my furry little butt!'

Less butt, more leg. Feeling twitchy yet? The last thing a fly sees
An enormous spider. 'nuff said. The mandibles of death! Fight? Or flee?
Now you know why it's called a WEB site! :-) With a £1 coin for scale

ABOVE: I included a pound coin in this picture to give some scale to this beast.

BELOW: I tried to include a pound coin in this shot too, but the spider ate it.

Shown approx. full-size. (Maybe not!)

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