Saturday, August 4, 2012

Webs/Sunday Best

Early morning cobweb


Web and beads of water


I am linking to Your Sunday Best at A Rural Journal

41 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

both are nice. i like the first framed by the bright yellow/greens and the second like a string of beads.

rainfield61 said...

These are really some good colors.

The cobwebs are beautiful too.

Randy said...

That's a beautiful one.

jewaicious said...

What stunning captures. The first photo is amazing. I love the tones and contrasts in them.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Amazing photos.

Stephanie said...

Those cobwebs just gliistens. Stunning shots Cameragirl!

Michelle said...

Webs are just such fine works of nature!

kaye said...

That is so cool

L.C.M.Photography said...

Ok, now these are pretty cool!!

Paul in Powell River said...

Very very nice - good catch on both of them!

Rohrerbot said...

I love your webs. We don't have those kinds of photo opportunities too often around here:) Beautiful.

edenhills said...

Beautiful! I love the way the dew is on the web.

Karen said...

Stunning! That first web is so elaborate and the colors are beautiful

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

You did good on these.

Hanne Bente said...

Great pictures you show.
Wishing you a good Sunday :)

Sandra said...

i love both of these. the best I have seen of a cobweb. they are difficult to capture and these are wonderful

Birdman said...

What web we weave... BEAUTIES.

Kathy said...

The first photo is absolutely one of your best! Wins the blue ribbon in my contest!

Nancy Claeys said...

Incredibly beautiful! Thank you for sharing at YSB this week, dear. xo

bailey-road.com said...

Wonderful captures of the spider's craft!

Brian King said...

Those are beautiful! Love the water drops!

Daniel LaFrance said...

Beautiful strand of liquid peals.

Lois Evensen said...

How pretty!

Lowell said...

Wow, the webs you weave with your camera - they look so real! Beautiful!

Gillian Olson said...

Great pictures, you caught the light perfectly on that first one, and the second is a lovely little necklace.

Jill said...

Wow! You have outdone yourself with these beauties!

Judy said...

Oh, wow!!! Both these webs are simply incredible!! I have been hoping it would soon be web season, and it seems to be here!!

eileeninmd said...

Cool shots of the webs. The first image is my favorite, the lighting is gorgeous.

Faye said...

Glad you were out early enough in the morning to capture these beauties--and that you've gotten some rain. They look like a variation of stained glass.

Jenn Jilks said...

Beautiful! I love watching spider webs.
Love the terns, too!
Cheers from Cottage Country!

Rose said...

Love these...

Jack said...

I keep walking into these things and have to spend time wiping web strands from my ears and eyes and nose.

Halcyon said...

Wonderful details!

LONDONLULU said...

Amazing amazing! I tried to capture a cobweb this weekend, but it turned out nothing like this! Ah, I may have to wait & see if I want to post it, ever :) They look like jeweled strands, for sure, beautiful.

Susan said...

It looks like jewels dripping off of the webs. Beautiful!

cieldequimper said...

Magnificent photos. I love spiderwebs.

tidbitsandtreasures2011 said...

Wow...the colors, the depth of field, the interplay of light and shadow of the first photo are all absolutely amazing.

see you there! said...

Great shots. I've tried to photograph spider webs but haven't been very successful.

Darla

Tricia Hays said...

Great shots! Love the shadow & light play in the 1st image & the water drops in a row on the 2nd =)

Cheri said...

Those are great! I especially like the second one, not just because of the water droplets, but also because of the touches of red that contrast so nicely with the yellow/green. Wonderful.

Elisa said...

Awsome pictures!
Bravo!

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