A Tale of Webs and Huts 🕷️. This one comes from a recent road trip to Coorg which I went with my teammates last month. It wasn't the best season to see why Coorg is also known as The Scotland of India, still, we had a grand time there. So after breakfast, we stopped for a leak-break and whilst we were there, I was trying to capture the trees, the lush green field and the hut, most commonly seen as a rural accommodation in South India and by happenstance I came across this fella, hanging there lazy on a Saturday morning where I was trying to get a good frame of the background.
I think spiders are beautiful creatures, from a distance, obviously, and one thing that amazes me about them is that they never get stuck in their own web. The home which they spun for their living also works as a trap for their prey and one intriguing fact, in every web spun by any spider there is one string present from which they can get to know the status of the whole web. The reason I went ahead with this shot because it consists typical homes of two different species while comparing the size of one with another, perspective vise. Yes, God has given us the intelligence through which we have built many things till now still, I don't think we are able to make that string through which we can pull and know what's going on in our home.
That's just one advantage of many I've given. Every species has been blessed with something which, through evolution, has played a significant role in its survival. More uncanny than it seems but there is one sure thing that God works in mysterious ways. But let's all take a moment and be thankful that spider's don't fly. Ending this with a little IT humour - "Spiders are the only Web Developers that are happy to find bugs."