Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Dang, woman, those are awesome! I hope I can capture one, eventually. So far I've had no luck.
Great photos. The spider who wove this marvelous web was exceptionally talented!
Webs are awesome. I once sat on our back porch for an hour.. or more watching a spider make her web. I've been in awe of spiders ever since. I love your pics. Very Autumn.
Beautiful photos. Webs are so evocative. Are the photos all yours? that first one is stunning.
The original web, still the most beautiful.
so delicate and beautiful...i like them, just not walking through them, smiles....cool captures vicki
Beautiful works of art! WOW!! Cathy
It's certainly that time of year. Great shots, Vicki.
Ms. A -- get out in the early morning when the dew is on the webs. Failing that, take a spray bottle of water...These were all taken on the fences along our drive way -- dozens and dozens of web, waiting to catch unwary bugs.
These are beautiful!
Spider webs always catch my eye with their natural beauty. I somehow just don't think about that other practical motivation of the spider!Vicki, I really enjoyed seeing your photos. Hope to see some city spiders' creations soon.xo
Love seeing all the busy webmakers. I guess the natural creativity fueled by hunger and their coming demise makes the spiders especially adept this time of year.
I haven't seen too many webs this summer- even though they are usually everywhere. Great shots!
Wow! I don't think our desert spiders know how to spin those kind of webs.
Amazing shots of these webs, Vicki! - they're perfect!
Such an attractive lace work!
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