Spider websPosted: March 24, 2012 Filed under: 365 Yoga Challenge, Adventures in art, Adventures in Life, Air, Earth, festivals, goals, home, Local Tourists, nature, Photography, Spirit, Spring, Walking, wandering, water | Tags: Cleveland International Film Festival, garden, nature, Outdoors, Photography, spider webs, water 41 Comments
Oh no! Another scheduled post? What’s up with that?
I must be having a really good time at the Cleveland International Film Festival. (No, they don’t pay me to advertise for them. I figure I should go ahead and put in the link in case you happen to be near Cleveland, didn’t know about it, and want to join me and the thousands of other people attending the festival.) Or maybe I got tired of sitting around watching films, and decided to go on another adventure. Who knows? Either way, I hope you’re having a fab weekend. Thank you for visiting while I’m gallivanting around.
I’m sure you are having a good time!
Wow, I’ve never seen such great cobweb photos! Hope you’re having fun!
you’re spider web shots are awesome. i’ve tried my hand at it but not had great success. Impressive.
Very nice web photos! I haven’t had much liking taking web photos myself.
Spider webs, don’t you just love them? I’ve taken so many photos of the ones I see around our garden, but you have to wait until the light is just right, I have found, or when there are beads of rain caught on the satin threads. I marvel at how the spiders make them so detailed!
Hope your weekend is going great. 🙂
Don’t know what is cooler–that you’re attending the film festival OR those shining shimmering spiderwebs. Those are so beautiful, Robin.
Great post. I love spider webs and your photos bring them to life. Jane
Thanks for thinking of us and sharing these photos of nature’s exquisite works. Hope you’re having fun!
these are lovely, i like the detail captured in the spider web photo
BEAUTIFUL! (I look forward to hearing more about the film festival! We live right here and it doesn’t look like we are going to make it. 😦 )
Gotta love dewy spider webs…
Can’t wait to hear about your weekend fun!
Oh wow-wee what fantastic spider webs! They look like crocheted dollies. May your adventure be beyond fun!
Thank you so much everyone! Glad you enjoyed the scheduled posts and spider webs. I’ll be posting all about my excellent film festival adventures soon. I hope you all have been having a fantastic weekend. 🙂
ROBIN–a big WOWIE! The webs are so vividly white and clearly defined. Great pics.
I hope you are having a great time. One of these days I’m going to have to try to schedule a post. The last time I wasn’t happy with the results although I can’t remember why.
These spider webs like a gem… wonderful photographs. Thank you, with my love, nia
Thank you, Teresita, Christine, and Nia. 😀
These spiderwebs scare the hell out of me but even I have to admit they are beautiful 🙂
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Thank you, Choc Chip Uru. And thanks for stopping by and commenting. I really appreciate it. 🙂
Those are awesome!!
Thank you, Cindy. 🙂
Great web photos! Have to respect spiders 🙂
Thanks, Tracy. That’s for sure! They must work very hard to create those works of art. 🙂
Love these!! I’m never lucky enough to find dewy spiderwebs.
Thank you, Michaela. 🙂
Wonderful photos. Spiders webs are so fascinating.
Thank you, Libby. 🙂
Great webs. As an early-morning hiker, I always feel like I’m the web trailblazer for those who follow. I’m not sure why spiders seem to always string webs across a path but they do.
Thank you, Pat. 🙂
My early morning walks are like that, too. One of the things I like about dewy mornings is that I can see the webs strung across the path.
Supper tolles Bild mit dem Spinnennetz Grüsse lieb und wünsche eine gute Woche Gruss Gislinde.
Thank you, Gislinde. 🙂
Natural lace a bride would envy ( and I have a strange desire to go read Charlotte’s Web…) Amazing post
Thank you, PhilosopherMouse. 🙂
I always feel that way after seeing the spider webs in the morning. Or when I see the pigs at the county fair. I look for Charlotte.
So gorgeous! (I feel like I say the same things about your photos over and over again, but I can’t help myself! I see your pictures, feel dumbfounded and awestruck by them, and find myself grasping at the few words I have left available to describe them. Gorgeous, fabulous, amazing, and beautiful come to mind…) 😉
Thank you, Dana. 🙂
I am soooo happy that the spiders were not in residence! I would have had to skip over these beauties!
You don’t like spiders, Cyndi? They are such helpful creatures (although I have to admit I prefer for them to stay outdoors rather than indoors).
I don’t like spiders at all. Just typing the word gives me the chills! And as beneficial as they are, I just can’t convince myself that they are!