Thursday, 1 January 2009

Work

New Years Day.
An amazing structure.

20 comments:

Jude said...

Wow, that's gorgeous, there's nothing like nature to show us some amazing feats.

sesga loves 1950s said...

Wowsers its stunning how beautiful Nature is ,Thanks for sharing .
love from sesga xxx

hens teeth said...

Perfection!

Gunnels blog said...

SO very beautiful!!!

WendyCarole said...

Beautiful web. i photographed some on Wednesday.

maggik1 said...

Lovely 'structure'!!! That's so beautiful - no chance of making anything better that that, is there? My brain is working overtime just the same! Thanks for leaving a comment and a Happy New Year to you and yours!

arlee said...

Mother Nature's design is incredible--can you imagine something so beautiful being so strong?? No wonder we try to emulate it!
Thank you for this stunning shot, Jackie.

Genie said...

lovely pic Jackie

jude said...

we must learn from these things.

Chris said...

BEAUTIFUL!!!

Heather said...

What a beautiful picture. It's amazing that a tiny creature with no hands can create such an exquisite structure. I must brave the cold and get out with my camera this weekend. Happy New Year.

Victoria said...

spectacular!

Mary said...

That's amazing! I love when I find things like that. Beautiful.

Lorie M. said...

wow, how did that spider do that? :-) Lovely picture! Frost..nature's sprinkles!

Michael House said...

Just beautiful. Happy New Year. Vanessa

silverpebble said...

Just catching up after a Christmas of horrid flu and fevers. What a wonderful pictorial summary of your work in 2008 - lovely to look at. My eye keep sbeing drawn to the charismatic Harris tweet though - he makes me smile. Fabulous decoration-based family history too.

That beautiful web reminds me of how I've felt today - rather busy and spring clean-ish.

Happy New Year Jackie!

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

How do they do it???
You should frame this.

Wabbit said...

Oh how perfect! Happy New Year, Jackie!!! HUGS, Marilyn

Mrs C said...

Nature at her most beautiful!

Tricks said...

A delightful picture indeed, you know I never liked spiders much when I was young but as I grew older I have definitely learned to appreciate their wonderful craft of spinning webs, probably because I love spinning myself.

The greatest thing that I have discovered though is that there is one real good thing about growing older, as your eyesight gets poorer the spiders look smaller so you don't feel half so intimidated by them. Lol.
Thanks for sharing. Tricia x



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