GI-Ant was worried: Chuck, one of his troopers was missing in action. His men where already searching for several hours. He was still wondering what might have happened to his best scout? "GIAnt" NIKON D200    ---    60mm    f/22.0    1/160s    ISO 200 Meanwhile: The little Spider was still wondering, where this nice snack came from. She couldn't remember ordering anything for home delivery. Maybe her neighbor, the black widow, had ordered it and it was just delivered to the wrong web. Why complain, she thought, while sucking it out. "Home Delivery" NIKON D200    ---    60mm    f/32.0    1/160s    ISO 200 Finally something happened, GI-Ant heard some shouts from his troops. He looked over the edge of the leaf and froze..........there was the enemy: One of these giant "Eightlegers". And then he saw Chuck, already a prisoner of the Spider. A second troopers was already in her grip too. The Battle was on! "Enemy in sight" NIKON D200    ---    60mm    f/22.0    1/100s    ISO 200 The Spider had no clue, why all those little snacks had suddenly appeared all around her web. She wondered, if some "Computer-bug" was responsible for all the "wrong deliveries"? But she just decided to not wonder anymore and store some food for later. One after the other, she "invited" the "snacks", spun them in and stored them for later. "The Battle" NIKON D200    ---    60mm    f/22.0    1/100s    ISO 200 The battle lasted for quite some time now, without making any progress. The Ants where furiously pulling on the web-strings. But without any luck. They where to strong and the Ants dared not entering them, much too dangerous! After he already lost two men of his little search team. GI-Ant decided to retreat and return later with some special forces: the red Ants! But not before he delivered a message to the Spider: "We will return, with some RED HEAT!" Nice, the Spider thought, I like it Spicy. Maybe it will be Chili-flavor next? Which proves again, a "Happy end" just depends on the point of view. :Crunk: The END. This was a little story from the garden! The actors where rather tiny, (Ants approx. 1,5mm in length. It was necessary to use the 60 micro + 58mm of extensions to capture the closeups! Thanks for looking. C&C appreciated!