Transmission

No one knows what this is, do you?

Troy Alexander – Rainforest Expeditions Lodges

The central mast was finally completed. The guy-wires whipped and flexed in the wind, and the fence sung beneath its hurricane touch. He studied his masterpiece, checked the tension of the gossamer strands.

The miniaturization ray had worked. Too well…although the reverse procedure hadn’t.

He began broadcasting along his miniature antenna, strands stolen from spider’s webs, sticky to the touch. Now to escape from this primeval, monsters’ paradise.

” …. . .-.. .–. .-.-.- / …. . .-.. .–. .-.-.- / — .. -. .. .- – ..- .-. .. –.. .- – .. — -. / .-. .- -.– / – . … – / … ..- -.-. -.-. . … … ..-. ..- .-.. / -….- / -.-. …. . -.-. -.- / — .- -.- / – .-. . . .-.-.- “

 

Written for BeKindRewrite’s prompt this week: Escape from Paradise. And because I saw this photo online, and apparently no-one knows what built it or what it’s for. If you know, you should click the photo and let them know!  Oh, and yes, that’s actual Morse Code. Go HERE (or click the message itself) for a translation…

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One thought on “Transmission

  1. Spiders are very interesting creatures. They are far more intelligent than people give them credit for.
    –JW

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