This is a fantastic shoot simply, Ian !Congratulations, Tamás
Isn't there such wonderful beauty all around us!! Thankyou for your visit Tamás.
I think everyone in Scotland will be proud to see that even the spiders on this side of the world know which flag to fly and which saint to elevate!
I haven't seen a Hungarian design in webs yet.
It is a superb shot Ian, Congratulations.
Thank you Jacques.
I almost didn't select this one, for I thought it may be too simple and there was just not enough depth of field for me....and then I thought of my Scottish ancestors and did this in honour of all who like to fly this sign of their nationalism!
Seriously though it is clearly, attractive.
We have one of these in the garden near the front door. Isn't it amazing how she builds it. It's like an extension of her legs when she sits in the middle.
Palmina, I appreciate sharing or swapping images with you. By the way, have you had a close look at the St Andrew's spider near your door? What colour is its legs? Do the males or the females weave the web, and who parks where? I have so many new things to learn, now that this new macro world has opened up.
We are waited by a lot of the wonderful openings thanks to your new series of macro, Yan! Best wishes. Eva
I like opening windows, Eva. And it is special that you like looking through them.
Double helix spider web :)
Designs in nature are endless and truly amazing, and those involving bees and spiders are remarkable engineering, stunning mathematics and awesome beauty!
Thanks for your comment and visit,Daniel.
I have alays thought the same as a younger child, naturally perfect
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