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thanks kel. yeah...nature's perfect dreamcatcher!!did you notice the little 'dandelion fluff' caught in the web?!!
OOOooooh!! i love that!! perfect title! wow, kel!!
nice! - i like kel's comment!
thanks theresa! yep! i agree too!
A picture' worth a thousand words as they say ....great photo and the fluff looks like a repair ......xx
you're right lorna...maybe the spider is keeping that fluff handy...for just that purpose...plus it kinda adds a little decoration...a little cheer...to her web.
Liar, liar, healing hands on fire! You have six words!!But I forgive you any trespass, when you share a beauty like the one above. Now I better go for a walk to see if I can find a pretty silky thing like that in my not so populated New York City woods.
yeah yeah...i know...i lied. but i had to...had to give ashortandtothepointexplanation as to "what the hell is friday's fringe".hope you find some cool silky things.
I found some! I visited a tiny cemetery close to my house, and I swear the spiders around here are in the stereotypes that places of the sort need a bunch of cobwebs lolI was teasing about the words. I would have probable been the one asking "Friday's fringe? What do you mean?" ;-)
yay!! spiderwebs in a cemetery! perfect! but did you see them at night? ha! just go softly and listen & watch...for lurking zombies.i know you were kidding...but even with my 6 words, i still didn't really explain...friday fringe...end of week (well, work week...for me)...and fringe...on the edge, the outskirts, periphery.:)
Absolutely "spot on" photo! Who needs words with this photo.....catch me if you can Mr. Spider said the fly .....who soon lost his words too....but remember Mr. Spider there's always a lizard very close! ha ha! Enjoy your weekend! :)
ha. as long as mr. spider stays on his web...i think he'll be safe from the lizard's jaws. i hope so anyway!happy weekend to you too karen!
thanks stacey! now i just have to remember to post one every friday!
Beautifully imperfect. :)
Great capture, Laura! Your photo does not need words. I hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Now words needed, Babe! Simply sparkling!...:)JP
Spiderman is around your garden! Lucky:)
ha. cool. i hope i have my camera in hand when i spot him...
THANKS!!! ALL!!!! you might notice how i started this NEW comment format...so i...or others...can comment back on someone's comment...well, i started out by commenting on EACH comment left. no more. what's the point? i really doubt if every person does that subscribe to comment thingie, i know i don't. SO...ONE COMMENT FROM ME TO SAY THANKS for stopping by & taking the time to leave a note!! have a happy saturday!!
Ok, I don't get the comment thing yet, but my blogs have the reply thing, so I might be using it without realizing so. And...Yahhhghgh!!! Are there two or three spiders in that web?
about the comment thing, susan. this is a new way blogger started...you (or anyone) can comment on each individual comment . i'm gonna try it for a while...and see how it goes. it'll make it easier i think...if someone should ask a question...caught in the spiderweb...not spiders...but dandelion fluff! :)
Ohhh! Now I can see how it could be a dandelin fluff...a little accessorizing, huh? Cool, I like the comment and reply. I'll have to try it. Thanks Laura!
Beautiful works from the spider. And you got a great photo of it!Wish you a creativ week.From Hilda
Aaaah, folks, we all live in this age of "constant flux" with a change-a-minute going on, whether in blogland or elsewhere. We can use the changes, or not, but they'll continue to - well, CHANGE.I really like your Friday Fringe idea, Laura. In response, I've given myself a new challenge - ONE word comment. Today's comment: FOCUSING
I love spider webs--and this one is beautifully captured.
thanks for stopping by! it's always nice to hear from fellow wanderers!