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Photographer Frank Kaczmarek took this photo on a dew-laden, early autumn morning. “One of my favorite web-building spiders is the black and yellow argiope (Argiope aurantia), said Kaczmarek, “a large spider commonly found in meadows, gardens, and riparian woodlands throughout the Northeast. To photograph this specimen, I arrived before sunrise at a favorite meadow. As the sun rose, I placed the tripod-mounted camera in position, framed the sun and spider, and took the shot."

 
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