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October 06, 2010


And Miles To Go...

wow, very nice shot!


Spiders Web or Mycelium which is found on grass where bugs are or around a hole in a tree similar to 'Frass' of the shavings from being eaten?? Looks great all the same!

Mine is up as well at AussiePomm (View from my Office Window),

have a great WW!!


It looks like a bridge!


That is interesting, nicely captured.

Sukhmandir Kaur

Interesting, Ever notice how it gets very webby this time of year. I always figure why decorate the spiders will do it for you will the real thing :) Happy WW

caite@a lovely shore breeze

I walked into a web the other day..this brought it all back...lol

Uyen @ Ramble Road Ramblings

eeewwww...spider webs give me the heebie jeebies...but that's a nice shot!


That is such a neat shot!

Frugality Is Free


Oh, interesting Aussie! I had no idea - will have to be looking out for bugs now! Yikes. lol


Very nice! I am trying to see what that bright blue is? These cold, dewey fall mornings are here to stay I think. Goodbye summer.

Happy WW and thanks for your visit!

Reno, the Biggest Little City

Nice shot. It's amazing how a little dew highlights spider webs.

Dominique @Dominique's Desk

Lovely pic of the spiderweb..really wonder how long it took the spider to make it.

Dave @ Around Anchorage, AK

Nice! Oh the webs we weave. Happy WW!

life ramblings

what a great shot. love it. Happy WW!

Beth F

Glad you didn't run into that spider!

Susie's Homemade

That is such a great shot!


This is awesome, fantastic shot!


Did you take that fabulous photo? Wow!


Nice shot. Photographers tend to shoot the orb-type webs, but these less-precise webs can be just as interesting, with the help of a heavy dew!


Oh, so glad I didn't see the spider that made that!

Rhen @Yes, they are all mine

Interesting! My kids love getting up on a very dewy morning and seeing how many they can spot in the grass. Great shot!

Sarah @ 2paws Designs



My, my, my said the spider to the fly. Come back when it's dry so you can't see my web.


They're all tangled together!


love this!

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