Web of the Cross orbweaver spider (Araneus diadematus)
Thank you, Cemil, it was a good surprise on such a foggy morning. Very nice to hear from you again.
Superb photo, pin sharp and crystal clear ;>) nice job!!
very nice! Ciao SUZI !
Thank you, Ermanno, so happy you like it :O)
Greetings from Czech republic.
Hello, dear Jim and thank you - forgive me for this tardy reply - the one that got away! Cool new moniker! Hoping this finds you well and doing the things you like to do best :O)
Thank you so much for your lovely comments and your welcome visit, Marketa! Warm greetings from Coos Bay, Oregon :O)
Perfectly beautiful and with such clarity Suzi. I love the reflections in the raindrops too. Gold star work here :))))
So happy to know you have returned safely, Amelia! I am honored by your gift and warm comment. Welcome home :O)
Many thanks, Billy! And being a moon child, I like your description a lot :O)
Wow Suz - a whole new Galaxy that has never been explored by man. No Hubble needed here!! Great shot, as always.
Thank you for sharing this lovely bejewelled photo. And the very best of wishes for your new home. May you both enjoy it for many many years to come, with lots of happiness and fun.
Warmest wishes, Hazel
I followed Amelia's link and WOW! The symmetry is mesmerizing but, I especially like the effects of the hundreds of lenses bringing the blurred background into focus to be appreciated, too.
On to check out your other spider webs.
Best wishes, Leo
You're making me feel so happy, Hazel, and you also, Leo, and my thanks to Amelia again! Thank you all so much!
We stacked the two cords of maple firewood we had delivered today, and other than unpacking two boxes and doing a few little chores, I actually had a much needed nap, and have answered my mail and played with and uploaded a few photos today, which is fun and rest to me. We love our new home and know we will be warm all the long winter :O)
You can add this to the group "spiderweb", too!
What a beauty!
like and love.
Many thanks, Hanulinka and Kazia - there is always something beautiful and interesting in the garden, no matter what the weather! Friendly greetings (O:
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