Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
amazing art in their webs...as long as you dont walk through them...ha
Great shots, Vicki! I haven't managed to capture a good one yet.
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!
A lot of hard work, nicely captured.
Getting out early while the dew is on the webs is helpful, Ms. A. Or a spray bottle with water can help.
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!
I was just admiring the webs this morning. And now you've captured them so beautifully!
Lovely spider webs. I love driving early in the morning and seeing the large webs between two power lines.
I usually hate spiders and anything to do with them, but that is amazing. I never seen a web like that before. Truly amazing.
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.
I was completely fascinated with your webs. Orbs are designers of tranquility. Enjoyed -- barbara
Aren't they just lovely! and you've captured them so well.
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