Friday, November 23, 2012

friday's fringe 32 ~ dangling...to the moon


~dangling~

while walking through the woods out back
i spotted a couple of dangling leaves...

hanging by a thread...probably a spider-web-thread!

(although in this first picture it looks to be a little thick,
but maybe the entire web collapsed in on itself & became one long thread.)



spinning...twirling in the breeze,
i waited for the wind to settle down.




“Autumn is a second spring where every leaf is a flower”
~Albert Camus



~to the moon~

you know 
love
the moon.

this was taken on 21st of november @ 8:46pm.



it STILL amazes me how my 'point & shoot' Canon PowerShot 
can get a picture of the MOON...with CRATERS!!

my dream camera is a Canon Rebel.
i'll keep on dreaming...they're expensive.

i'm not complaining, i LOVE my PowerShot...
but sometimes i wish to get MORE MACRO than i'm able!


HEY,
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lk






32 comments:

  1. that's a great shot of the web and spinning leaf and, as always, gorgeous lady moon x

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  2. Lovely photo of the moon--and it always so neat to watch dangling leaves...amazing how strong spiderwebs are!

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  3. Really . . . REALLY . . . stunning photos . . . Amazing moon shot!

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  4. I think you take amazing photos. But if you put it out there to the universe, and you believe in it, that Rebel will be yours. A rebel for a rebel.

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  5. Wiatr wieje i liść się kręci jak na karuzeli. Może jest nawet z tego zadowolony. Pozdrawiam.
    The wind blows and the leaf is spinning like a carousel. Maybe he's even happy with it. Yours.

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  6. i posted moon shots today, too! :)

    love the cord that leave is tied to. quite a well-twisted web.

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  7. Wow we have the same camera are they not the most amazing?
    LOVE LOVE love your shots. Hope all is weel. Hugs B

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  8. The leaves have landed well- looks like more swinging fun than just becoming moosh on the forest floor. I too have yearnings for a Rebel - I keep looking online to see if the prices have gone down...nope, they have not. Your moon shot is amazing- Had to show it to my husband- he has all sorts of astronomy equipment and cameras and rarely gets a shot this clear.The leaf shots are my faves- nearly of all time! Great!

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  9. Hello Laura, Beautiful pictures and I'm still dreaming too

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  10. Beautiful the moon. Not bad, ha ha, its bloody amazing.

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  11. Love your photos. Love the poem. Love the Albert Camus quote. I will try to remember, "every leaf is a flower" as I rake and rake and brush them from my face in the wind. I hope you get your camera wish. Although a Canon Powershot is an excellent camera. I've got one and, even though I enjoy shooting with my Nikon, the Powershot is still so handy.

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  12. Agree with you totally that the PowerShot is outstanding. Was my first camera as well. Please have you all a good weekend.

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  13. your moon photos are amazing
    you have an eye
    no need for fancy camera tools
    :-)

    www.cre8space.blogspot.com.au

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  14. I like Albert Camus especially in Le Petit Prince. You have a dope camera. Hope you're well.

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  15. The spinning leaf was really cool!
    Your Cannon Power Shot has waaay better magnification than mine. Yours is awesome!!
    Have a great weekend, dear lady!! :)

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  16. Amazing set of photos,....just great!
    BShell

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  17. I'm going to watch for spinners like that, Babe!...:)JP

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  18. That fall leaf just doesn't want to fall ;-)

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  19. Laura, beautiful images of the leaves! And I love your moon shots. I also have the Canon powershot and love it. Have a happy Sunday!

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  20. Gah! I'm at the bottom of your list today! Love the leaf photos! Cameras get more complicated for me. I've heard of the macro thingy, guess I'm just glad to get a good shot. But, you do get the best moon shots! And, yes, in the fall, every leaf is a flower...love that quote (sticking up for autumn weather)! A great post Laura!

    Just been toolin' around all weekend. Started a new blog for Karo...'Rockabillrock'! We'll see how it goes. Hope your week goes cooly!♥

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  21. I love these leaf shots - it shows how strong those spiders webs are doesn't it?
    Your moon shot is fab - I use a powershot too and I love it. It's a great wee camera. :)

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  22. Love those strong webs! And agree that it is amazing what the point and shoots can do.....gorgeous moon and reminds me to try to get a full or fullish moon shot early this week (if it isn't too cloudy).

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  23. THANKS everybody!!!! wow, there sure are a lot of PowerShot people!! this camera is the best digital i've ever owned! i LOVE it!! the only real complaint i have is that all the shades of purple...look blue! oh well, ya can't have everything! =)

    have a great day!

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  24. That is amazing that you got that luna photo with your point and click. i struggle on times with my 70-200 lens on the Nikon.
    P.S dont by a Canon, Nikon all the way !!;)
    Have a fab day
    Shaun

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  25. unbelieveable shot with a P&S! I use Canon cameras too :-) Love the image of the leaves...I can picture them slowly twisting in the wind.

    btw...the new header is gorgeous! I thought the one mushroom had a googly eye!

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  26. Belas fotografias...Espectacular....
    Cumprimentos

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  27. We both have the same camera. The point and shoot surprisingly takes better movies and moon shots. The Canon Rebel is much trickier and I stopped doing shots with that camera. I continue to use the point and shoot for those space shots. Very beautiful. Isn't it surprising how strong a spider web can be?

    Hope you had a great weekend full of fun and relaxation.

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  28. I LOVE that quote, for autumn is indeed spring in a new dress. And don’t even try saying anything about getting a “better” camera. I wish I had something as powerful as you do. My old digital silliness can’t even really capture the moon *sniff, sniff*

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