Friday, September 13, 2013

meet webster





18 comments:

cyndee starr said...

great shots. i can't believe you even named him.

Sarah said...

Gorgeous!

Halle said...

Amazing photos! Scary spider.

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Webster has been very busy. It is absolutely amazing the webs spiders can create. Ironically, I just saw Alisa Burke's post on the same thing:
http://alisaburke.blogspot.com/2013/09/beautiful-details.html
Have a lovely weekend, Tammy

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

It's amazing the things you find beauty in and how you photograph them. Stunning! Even if I don't like spiders, I can see the beauty in the web.

Joe Artese said...
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Joe Artese said...

Kim, your dewy web images are the most expressive I've ever seen. Your vision has always been an inspiration to me and to so many others!

Jill said...

Soooo beautiful!

Annie @ knitsofacto said...

Glorious photos Kimmie :)

Yvonne said...

Wonderful Kimmie! My mother used to watch spiders spin their webs and then write poetry about it. I think I still have one she wrote. It's all about paying attention, and I think you excel at that.

Gayle Price said...

I am not a spider fan, but his web and the photographs of his web are exquisite, just beautiful. What clever little artisans spiders are. xx

Anneliese said...

What a webmaster!!!

jinxxxygirl said...

That web is incredible and you captured it perfectly! Hugs!deb

*jean* said...

fantastic capture, kimmie...wowwee

Linda Jo said...

Great pictures! Awesome web! I'm not a fan of spiders.... and we do have lots lately.... but I appreciate their beautiful work!

Becca said...

Great shots of "Webster" and her web Kimmie! BUT...oh my!! am I going to be happy when all the "Websters" in my yard get cold and decide to leave! Lol.

Hastypearl said...

Wowowow! Those photos are Beautiful! Wonder...is Everywhere! Laura

Nancy said...

Incredible!