Sunday, September 7, 2008


One of my favorite things to photograph in late summer and early fall is spider webs. The early morning fog puts moisture on the webs and makes them visible to the eyes, normally we don't notice them unless we get really close to them or walk into them:) The little drops of water look like rows of tiny pearls.


Heidi Brand said...

The pattern in the first one is just beautiful

Penny said...

I've just browsed through several pages of your blog and I've really enjoyed your photos! Your landscapes are stunning... your portraits show so much character... your flowers/butterflies are beautiful... but the spiderwebs??? To die for!!! I LOVE spiderwebs with dewdrops! I couldn't find a decent one this past summer! lol! Loved seeing your corner of the world!



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I am 49 years old, I have 2 adult sons, a grandaughter & a grandson. I am happily married to the love of my life. I have been intrigued with photography for as long as I can remember. I am constantly striving to learn something new and improve my photography. I love doing portraits, macros, and scenic shots. I literally take my camera everywhere I go. I find that the more I learn about photographing my world, the more I learn to "see" the beauty around me.