Great foggy morning shots. I've never heard of the swallow wort and hopefully we don't have it around here. We do have the eurasian watermilfoil which is a big problem in the lakes and streams.
Eve, these are terrrific!I have always loved, LOVED the look of water droplets on spider webs, otherwise invisible.
Wow...What amazing spider web photos! Those are all beautiful and so perfect in detail and the lighting on them! I also love the birds on the roof! Very "arty" photos today! You could frame any of those!
Very cool...I especially love the coneflower one...
I dont know, but these are some great photographs young Lady.(As always)
Hey Eve, I tried leaving a comment earlier but it didn't work for some reason. I miss our daily updates and inspiration and motivation, and since we don't talk very much I thought it was time to visit your blog again! (I need to visit more often!)As you know - I just LOVE your photography and wanted to tell you that you that your pictures are GREAT!! I miss being in contact with you...keep up the fantastic photography!!! Karen
Hey Eve: The shot of the birds is magical. Great pictures. I see you're making fabulous progress with your photography. All the best, Yvonne
Underneath that funny pink umbrella if they have any sense! (-:Great foresight to see the photographability (I just made that word up I think) in those cobwebs. Lovely!Thanks Eve
Ha Ha Jenny!!! I think you may be right!! And I won't tell them you called them "cobs"....over here that means "old and unswept" hahaha at least in my book!!!You are too funny! :-)
what great photo's, I love a foggy morning, reminds me of "home," Gill from the other side of Lake Ontario.........in Canada
Thanks John! I hope you never hear of Swallow wort…it’s not good at all!Hi Lynne! Thanks, yes you miss a lot when there’s no due!Thanks Mary! You are so sweet!Hi Helen, Me too!!Hello Roy…;-)!Hi Giffy…Glad you got through this time! If my computer would stop freezing up I’d be on AIM more…miss you too. You keep up yours now! It’s very fun!
Great photos Eve, I've never been successful taking ones of cobwebs and these are beautiful. Also your birds on the roof, super.
Just the best spider webs ever! I wonder too...where do spiders go? Guess they are laying in wait...while the webs do their job ;-)
Great photos today Eve, you just get better and better. Beautiful captures. Thanks for sharing. I agree with Jenny, that has got to be where the spiders go.. can't see them any place else.
Oooh...so pretty. Nice shots...are you having foggy mornings already? This makes me nervous that fall is just around the corner...Loved the sunflower shot...
Oh, I just love those sorts of mornings. Could there be anything more mystical than a spider web in the dew?I love all your photographs. But the second to the last one is beyond breathtaking. It's absolutely perfect. I could stare at it all evening!
Hi Denise…thanks…I think there is a theme with the British girls here…”cobwebs”…still bringing up images of the corners of my laundry room!!! Ha Ha ;-)Thanks Barb!! I don’t know maybe just waiting for it to dry up? I wrote a little poem thingy once on webs…I’ll have to post that someday! Howdy Stacey! Thanks so much! Hi Danni, It’s scary to think of the end of summer!! Thanks Kathryn! Glad you like it! How’s Lowly Worm? Did he find a new home yet?? Hahaha!!
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