Anthony Jones is an experienced architectural photographer. His work is all about attention to detail, everything has to be right from the lighting, to the colour, to the composition.
Each image has to tell its own story. Spaces are described architecturally and details are all about the joy of the design and quality of the materials. He has an unerring eye for what works and what doesn't and knows how to achieve it. Living all across 4 continents during his lifetime, got him the privilege to see the most spectacular forms of human engeneering.
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Hobo Spiders are an invasive species which are known for their nasty bites that can have necrotic effects. They are predominantly a ground dwelling species that build funnel webs low to the ground and are typically found in basements, crawlspaces and lower levels. They are not known to be avid climbers, but they can climb textured surfaces, bed skirts, carpeted stairs and many other areas. These spiders become increasingly active during late summer and early fall, which is their mating season. These spiders are FAST and will quickly dart across floors in search of mates. The females will leave pheromones in their webs which become major attractants for males during this time.
Hobo Spider Tips