Sunday, December 6, 2009

nature's tinsel

I captured these images at a "u-cut" tree lot yesterday.
We ended up not getting a tree there - but I'm glad I had my camera along.



14 comments:

nancy neva gagliano said...

kimmie.....WHAT is it? can't be a giant spider's web? OR...! could it?

ooglebloops said...

If those are real spiderwebs, Patty will be so jealous!!!!! Great photos- never leave home w/o your camera!!! LOL

Terri Kahrs said...

I'm happy that you had your camera too! The lacey netting looks as if it was done by fairies! Beautiful! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Linda said...

What great pictures!!!! Glad we didn't see the spider!

Joie Moring said...

i don't think i want to see the spider that weaves a giant web like those! :)
how neat to see the work of one busy ol' jack frost!

Chriss Rollins said...

Hi Kimmi
Those are the best out door christmas tree decs ever,
My car has similar on the wing mirror on a morning.

Thanks for sharing.
chriss x
PS it's been so long since I was here I am off for a lookee with a cup of tea.

Beverly Ash Gilbert said...

Gorgeous frosty webs! Love that you saw it as nature's tinsel!

S. Etole said...

That is quite the winter sight ... glad you had your camera handy.

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

gorgeous finds Kimmie, they almost look knitted on the trees :)
oxo
P.S. just read Pat Ooglebloops comment LOL! I try to take my camera absolutely everywhere too

Kimmie said...

It IS a giant spider web ..... I am certain that the spiders I have creeping around my house all year come in on the Christmas tree. Not that I mind the spiders too much - we have a catch and release system around here. The kids know I'm the spider rescue expert :)

Lumilyon said...

Oh! I love it when I find these in my garden! How lovely x

Linda said...

Fantastic pictures Kimmie!
We bought a forest tree on Sunday and as I was decorating it a spider fell out and landed on my hand.
The joys of having a real tree I guess!
Hugs
Linda x

bad penny said...

beautiful natural tree decorations !

Rosie said...

Amazing pictures!