Tuesday, October 8, 2013

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12 comments:

Brian Miller said...

amazing art in their webs...as long as you dont walk through them...ha

Ms. A said...

Great shots, Vicki! I haven't managed to capture a good one yet.

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

Being afraid of spiders, I might add that their webs are sure beautiful art...and no wonder artificial ones are used for Halloween. I'm sure I'll wake up with spider webs in my hair one day!

Martin Hodges said...

A lot of hard work, nicely captured.

Vicki Lane said...

Getting out early while the dew is on the webs is helpful, Ms. A. Or a spray bottle with water can help.

Pepper Cory said...

Love your pictures of the webs--and I hadn't thought of a spray bottle! Tomorrow, if the sun shines, I'll try it--again. One big garden spider has made a fanatstic big web that spans our deep drainage ditch--she's as big as my spread hand (legs out). Thinking one dy I'll find she's had a bird for dinner!

Kath Marsh said...

I was just admiring the webs this morning. And now you've captured them so beautifully!

NCmountainwoman said...

Lovely spider webs. I love driving early in the morning and seeing the large webs between two power lines.

Anonymous said...

I usually hate spiders and anything to do with them, but that is amazing. I never seen a web like that before. Truly amazing.

L. D. said...

Amazing was the word that I wanted to use but I guess it is taken. The photos are so great to see and they photographed so well.

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

I was completely fascinated with your webs. Orbs are designers of tranquility. Enjoyed -- barbara

Star said...

Aren't they just lovely! and you've captured them so well.