Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Wonderful Webs


The garden this morning,  shrouded in mist.
Cobwebs highlighted with dew.



And all the box bushes covered with these amazing constructions, looking rather like lacy hammocks.  I assume they're spider's webs, but maybe not?





Isn't nature wonderful!

xxx

36 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos, all very mists and mellow fruitfulness!
    V x

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  2. Gorgeous photos . . . there is an enchantment about them :)

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  3. Absolutely magical, our garden looked very similar this morning! Chrissie x

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  4. Those webs are so beautiful in the early morning dew! I especially like the first two where we can see the details so well against the background.

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  5. It was a very similar sight here this morning. Wonderful! :) x

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  6. Beautiful photos. Is that your fruit tree? If it is, you are going to be sooooo busy!

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    1. Yes it's laden with apples this year. I've been raking up loads of windfalls already.

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  7. She certainly is - absolutely gorgeous x Jane

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  8. Stunning photography Debbie. The second one of the web in all it's intricate glory is soooooooooo amazing. You captured natures wonder perfectly. Thank you for the birthday wishes lovely lady x

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  9. We once videoed a spider creating its web and it is absolutely fascinating. If you want a peep it's on my website. Click the Garden Wildlife tab on my blog - then find the minibeasts section and garden spider is on the list.

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  10. You are such a great photographer!!!I love it !

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  11. Beautiful photo's Debbie - I took a very similar photo as I was leaving for work this morning - but your pictures are really detailed.
    Kate

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  12. Such beautiful photos! I am not a fan of spiders but I love the webs with the dew or frost on them. xx

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  13. Gorgeous. Love the hollyhocks too!

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  14. Those look wonderful. I went out to make some flowers in our garden this morning and I have never seen so many spider webs. My pictures weren't as good as yours. Yes, nature can be amazing!
    Sarah x

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  15. Those pictures of the webs are absolutely fantastic.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  16. Lovely photos of the webs. They are such delicate and beautiful creations. I agree; they are a wonder of nature.

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  17. We have these weeks many misty mornings too, but despite the mist I can see on first picture a tree full of apples. The cobwebs are beautiful, yes...it is a wonderful world.

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  18. Money spiders can spin webs like those ... buy a lottery ticket quick ;)

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  19. These are amazing! :). Thanks for sharing these photos! :)
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  20. Hi, realy wonderful photos!
    We have nothing in the Moment, but: a lot of sun!

    Sigrun

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  21. Quite magical! I've always loved seeing these bejwelled webs on an early autumn morning since seeing them on the way to school as a young child.

    Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing!Your garden looks lovely.
    Gill xx

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  22. It looks absolutely beautiful!

    Madelief x

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  23. The cobwebs (spiders hammocks!) are wonderfully delicate works of art. Beautiful photos.

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  24. ooh gorgeous photos - thanks for sharing Debbie, Sam xx

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  25. It IS!
    Lucky spiders to have a lovely spot for their home!
    Thanks for sharing your nature!
    Have a nice day.

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  26. It IS!
    Lucky spiders to have a lovely spot for their home!
    Thanks for sharing your nature!
    Have a nice day.

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  27. Nature truly is wonderful! And it's important to take time to notice it in our busy lives....I love these wonderful webs!
    Wishing you a happy October!
    Helen x

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  28. These creatings are just amazing and your photos so beautiful with the water drops! x Teje

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  29. Absolutely stunning pictures, nature is indeed wonderful.

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  30. Absolutely stunning pictures, nature is indeed wonderful.

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  31. amazing spidernets! wonderful pictures!

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  32. I never had any bunnies in the garden but a huge owl last fall, hawks and 3 years ago 2 red foxes trying to get the squirrels!

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