Monday, July 27, 2009

The Web She Weaves/ Macro Monday

Come into my parlor said the spider to the fly

I hope you enjoy this close up of a web shining in the sun.

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39 comments:

Antjas said...

Terrific lighting. We are on the same wave length as I had a similar post yesterday.

cieldequimper said...

Stunning. I tried to take a picture of a web during my vacation but failed miserably!

Paty said...

very nice shot, congratulations! If you want visit my blog: http://ilovefloripa.blogspot.com/

B SQUARED said...

I always get mesmerized looking at a web. I guess that is the point.

Lorac said...

It's perfect! Nice shot.

George said...

What a beautiful photograph. This is as close to perfect as a photograph can get.

kath said...

I have to admit I'm jealous. I have been wanting to take a spider web photo and have not found a web yet!
This shot is absolutely fab ....

Russ said...

Very cool!

Amanda said...

It is always so much fun to see a good spider web close up EG loved looking at this! Happy MM

Jarart said...

Amazing!

Sarah said...

Wonderful shot - I think the spider is on my blog - lol!! Love this one!!
Sarah

Cezar and Léia said...

amazing shot! I love this kind of picture!
purrs and love
Luna and mommy Léia

Shey said...

Oh WOW! This is a stunning/ fabulous photo. Love it.

Have a great week! :)

Kerri said...

Great one!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Now I've seen pictures of spider webs before, EG---but none as great as this one. You got a terrific shot of all of that creativity.

Hugs,
Betsy

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Excellent! That is some web!

Jacob said...

That's an excellent capture!

Willard said...

You did a beautiful job of capturing the spider web. They are a wonderful photographic subject!

In reference to your comment on my blog-I too find it amazing that we are on the downhill side of summer already, and like you I feel that it has hardly started.

The bull elk shed their velvet in Mid-August and the whitetail bucks in late August and early September. Such is the relentless march of time.

david mcmahon said...

Stunning result!

BJ Roan said...

I believe I will skip the parlor if you don't mind. Although I must say, it is a beautiful parlor.

Lawstude said...

just stunning. now i am contemplating on whether to buy a micro lens or a wide-angle one.

Regina said...

Beautiful macro!

Carletta said...

What a great capture of the little architect's amazing work!

Small City Scenes said...

Oh wow! That is a super shot. The web is almost perfect and you captured it quite well. Awesome. MB

Jientje said...

You got a mention in David's Post of the Day! Well deserved I should say, it's a stunning shot!

sassyglassdesigns said...

Absolutely beautiful photo!

Cheffie-Mom said...

Amazing! Congrats on the Post of the Day mention!

bettyl said...

Wow! That's a great shot. I love trying to photograph spider webs, but have to practice more!
Congrats on the Post of the Day mention!

Rose said...

Great image, EG!

Patti said...

I've tried to photograph spider webs to no avail. This picture is fantastic!

P.S. thanks for your very kind comment about my own cherub (Ralph). You made me smile

Sandi McBride said...

I love them in the early morning with the dew bejeweling those fragile seeming ropes of steel!
Sandi
ps
Congrats on Post of the Day mention

Pseudonymous High School Teacher said...

wow. David was right.

Joanna Jenkins said...

That is AWESOME!! I'm glad David pointed you out! I love this!

Nice to meet you, I'll be back again soon.

Carver said...

That's a fantastic web shot. Amazing.

You mentioned on my blog that you didn't know there was a limit on photo space. Google blogger gives you a GB free space on picsa. It can be upgraded to more if you pay. Recently I've noticed that I only have 121 meg of free space left on picsa. I've been blogging on Carver's Sight/Site since the summer of 2006 and added my second blog (Carver Cards) during the fall of 2008. I don't want to pay to upgrade to more space.

Therefore, I went ahead and joined photobucket which will give me a GB of free space. I figure between what is left on picsa and using photobucket some I'll be set. The only thing is if you upload photos directly in a post it's automatically going into picsa if you use blogger so in order to use an alternate storeage, I have to upload into photobucket and then paste the embed photo link into the post so I'm playing with sizing. Sorry this is so long but I thought if you ever start running out of space and want to keep it free since you also use blogger that you might want that information.

PERBS said...

Beautiful web! I have been hunting for one for myself this year to no avail.

RuneE said...

Bull's eye - literally!

Moannie said...

Stunning picture. Thank goodness that the spider was not to be seen.

napaboaniya said...

This shot is perfect! The web really look well defined and precise :)
Great shot!

Kevin said...

Great photo with beautiful light, thanks for sharing.

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