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Monday, October 17, 2016

Autumn Webs

Early morning sun sparkles on webs in the fields on Lopez Island on a foggy/sunny morning
The fog was very heavy early one morning on our anniversary get-away to Lopez Island last month - the sun broke through just as we were starting out to explore the island that morning- making the webs in the fields glisten with drops of fog that had collected on the webs overnight.



 Diamonds of fog!






18 comments:

Tom said...

Morning jewels!

Maggie said...

Beautiful lacy cobwebs, they have always fascinated me since childhood, what pretty mosaics they make. Happy Mosaic Monday!

Snap said...

Love all the "diamonds in the fog". So appropriate for this time of year -- Natures Halloween decoration! Great series. Have a lovely week!

riitta k said...

Your spider nets are fantastic!

Carver said...

I love these web shots. They are fantastic.

Sylvia said...

Joann, that was a perfect opportunity to capture cobwebs with wonderful jewels. Sylvia D.

The Furry Gnome said...

Wonderful pictures!

Lorrie said...

Beautiful web photos - works of art!

J said...

These are stunning! - suitable for a science book or an example of radial perspective. Oh the beauty in the world that God has created for us, if only we would stop and look carefully - the way you do every day!

Pamela Gordon said...

These are beautiful captures of the spider webs JoAnn. I hope you're having a lovely fall.

Kay said...

Very nice! And you even caught the architect waiting in the center. Webs like this are so pretty covered in diamond dew!

Candy S said...

The pictures of the spider webs are beautiful portraits of lacy fog dew draped webs. Very pretty!

Hugs,
Candy

Small City Scenes said...

Excellent job. Those dew drops on the webs are exquisite.
MB

Powell River Books said...

Love the pumpkins in your header. This morning on the way to town we had a spider clinging to the front of our boat. He wobbled around in the strong wind from our forward motion for quite a while, then got close enough to the window to huddle in a ball using two legs to brace himself for the tough ride. I felt bad, but there was no way to get out to him to relieve his stress. - Margy

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Those webs are incredible! A good spider web picture is high in my list of photo goals....they fascinate me, but my pics never turn out. While each piece of your collection here is perfection.

Rambling Woods said...

Oh my goodness....These are fantastic shots showing the true beauty of a web.... Really great....Michelle

Florence said...

How absolutely gorgeous!

The Freckled Rose said...

Absolutely stunning shots!