First Place sunrise breaking new spider webs to board the small boat bill lerz Second Place Woodnotes 26 between pages 4 and 5 a pressed spider Charles Trumbull in his web how still the spider lightning storm -acm garden moonlight reflecting here and there in spider eyes Ferris Third Place the stone gate; over that widening crack a spider web Joseph Kirschner BELOW THIRD PLACE Buddha of Nara -- a tiny spider web in the fold of his robe Don stopping over in the spider's web dandelion seed -ito from pulpit to pew - watching the spider spin his web doris kasson no wind - hanging with the wind chimes a white spider Harold between panes the spider clutches itself to itself Timothy Russell morning light a dead spider caught in its own web Carolyne disused temple bell- delicate tracery of spiderwebs Sue dawn in the alders a hummingbird steals the spider's gnats Paul MacNeil dewpearls left the web spider awoke slowly lost son found way home emile molhuysen kindergarten little fingers itsy bitsy spiders Betty after surgery - a spider dangles above the sleeping patient Alan Realey
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