Wednesday, October 24, 2012

W/Alphabe-Thursday

 Web #1

Spiders may be scary but they are also amazing! I was delighted a couple of months ago to find these webs beside a woodland path. I think they are beautiful.

 Web #2

Web #3

I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE

58 comments:

Cloudy said...

Sehr schön eingefangen in Licht und Blickwinkel...

Lieben Gruß aus fernem Land
CL

Andy said...

Camera Girl you are braver than most women I know. It paid off... you got some great icky bicky spider shots.

Judy @ daily yarns said...

I think spider webs are beautiful, especially when the light hits them just right. You have some awesome shots here!

DeniseinVA said...

They always weave a great work if art don't they? Great photos!

Gill - That British Woman said...

great light in those photos, especially the first one.

Gill

see you there! said...

Wonderful webs! Good photo's of spider webs are hard to capture I think.

Darla

Buttons said...

Wow they are amazing I always love coming here. AWESOME B

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Spiders can be scary but their webs are nice unless you walk through one with your face while hiking at night.

Daniel LaFrance said...

Beautiful light on these weaved masterpieces.

Jacquelineand.... said...

These are gorgeous shots; beautifully done!

Sandra said...

wow on web one... these are amazing shots of amazing webs.

Halcyon said...

I love spider webs. I find them fascinating. And you've caught them so well here. :)

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful photos! I find the webs so amazing and intricately woven and strong. The 3rd image is nice with the spider in the centre.

Ivanhoe said...

I don't like spiders! I run away screaming from them :) I don't get how they can make such beautiful webs though...

Taken For Granted said...

Orb weaving spiders are amazing. One summer had one that made a new web each evening next to a yard light. The spider worked really hard at making that beautiful, symmetric web, but I'm sure it ate well with all the insects attracted to the light. Your photos are wonderful.

Crafty Green Poet said...

beautiful! The light in the first photos is amazing!

rainfield61 said...

Spider webs are one of my favorites.

They are ugly if find at home.

They can be so beautiful in the wild.

llandudnopictures said...

Beautiful indeed, works of art!

TexWisGirl said...

i love 'em, too. as long as i see 'em first and don't walk into them. :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Awesome photos!

Paul in Powell River said...

Nicely caught, all 3 of them!

Gillian Olson said...

Amazing pictures.

Stephanie said...

Good eye in capturing these creative webs.

George said...

That first web is absolutely stunning. All of your photos are beautiful.

RedPat said...

They are all fabulous!

Kathy said...

These are fabulous! I have yet to get a good picture of a spider web. Any hints?

Lowell said...

Excellent photography. It ain't easy taking a good photo of a web. Nice light is what makes these so special.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Wonderful webs! Perfectly pictured.

(I'm not at all afraid of spiders outside. Don't like them in the house.)

kelley jensen said...

those are some amazing pictures. I love going out in the woods or the garden when the dew is still on the webs. I've merged my digital accounts and since they require one common user name I am now blogging as kelley instead of kaye. kelley is my actual name.

Esther Joy said...

Webs with just a bit of moisture from the dew are just exquisite, aren't they? Love your photos!

Jenny said...

Oh hooray! You didn't get confused by my little extra early X post! I changed the post and W is totally correct for this week!

D'oh.

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Webs! What a great timely choice!

Brilliant!

Riet said...

Yes those webs are beautiful bot oh the spiders, no no for me.
Have a nice week

Judie said...

One of my photography goals has been to get a good "web" shot! Yours have surpassed my expectations!!!!!

Rose said...

Oh, these are wonderful...spider webs are miracles if you ask me.

Randy said...

These are amazing. I would hate to be a fly.

Sue said...

You're right. Webs are beautiful.

Spiders? Not so much.

;)

JDaniel4's Mom said...

What elegant webs! I love your pictures!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Dynamic photography ~ Wow! ~ great spiders ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

Sandy said...

Such great shots of the spider
webs.. I need your camera.
Sandy

Naperville Now said...

these are stunning. I walked into one in Savannah, GA -- and bounced off of it. Mighty creatures, spiders.

Jack said...

I recently read a biography of E.B. White and learned that he spent years doing research about the details of how pigs and spiders lived, including arcane details about how to weave webs, before he wrote Charlotte's Web.

edenhills said...

Beautiful webs! They are almost so perfect that they don't look real.

Judy said...

They are all gorgeous!! Too bad the weather has gotten too cold for spiders now...

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

They are gorgeous. The first one reminds me of a set of doilies I crocheted many years ago. It was called a spider web pattern and looked just like this web.

anitamombanita said...

Wow! those are some wild and wonderful webs!!

Indrani said...

Efficient networking!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow the first picture is wonderful!Amazing art photography!
Léia

Heather said...

You get great shots of webs! Mine never turn out that great. I'm going to keep trying!!!

Mumsy said...

They are outstanding photos! I don't like seeing them, but I can't deny their beauty!

Lola said...

Hi again! Love the post – so apt!

Thanks for stopping by. Have a great weekend and look forward to *seeing* you again!

Claudia Willison said...

I absolutely agree! Spiders are scary and for the most part I don't like them. There webs however... different story. As you show they make for great pictures!

Saying 'hello' via Alphabe- Thursday - mine for letter 'W' @ ImagesByCW is about Wales U.K.

Snowcatcher said...

Incredible. The lighting in each is just perfect. And I'm so jealous of your green! (Even though the photos might not be recent) (It's snowing here right now...)

Emille said...

You caught the webs perfectly! I was just thinking, spiders would be able to knit with perfectl even stitches (today I seem to be randomly inclined:) )

Ida said...

They are stunning.
Just wanted to say I am now following your blog.

Pondside said...

Wonderful shots!
I don't like spiders at all, but can't help be in awe of their beautiful constructions.

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

I certainly don't care for spiders but I admire their homes! I hate to pull down a web, but sometimes you have to in order to get in your door! Your photos are beautiful!

Jenny said...

What wonderful webs.

Although I will say, the ones in the corner of my back porch are not nearly as appealling!

Shudder!

Thanks for linking.

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