Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Sea Holly Home...

It's another busy morning so I thought I would post this picture of an interesting spider making its home in one of my Sea Holly plants. This was taken in 2006. I put the photo through Photoshop to add detail and a bit of an artsy look.

This morning it was 30 degrees Fahrenheit!!! WOW, thank goodness I didn't plant any annuals yet!!
Have a great day!


John Theberge said...

Very interesting photo. It was very cold here this morning too, we were spoiled by the last couple of days.

Kathryn and Ari said...

Lovely. I don't think I know anything about Sea Holly, but it's really beautiful.

I can empathize withe cool temps: we have frost warnings tonight, and I'm a little worried about my rosemary and basil!

Anonymous said...

Hi Eve,
Interesting and unusual shot.

Its always the same. Whenever you take a photo of a flower or plant, there is always a fly or insect about. They wait until you press the shutter button and then mysteriously appear from nowhere.

The Birdlady said...

Good grief! My fingers would be too frozen to push the shutter release! That arachnophoto is pretty cool.