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Foggy Web

I took this early one morning when the fog was thinning and the Basket Weaver spider webs were covered in droplets.

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cristian popa's picture

Nice shot Ruth. Well Done

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Dr J's picture

I love it.

Scott Steinson's picture

My new favorite!

Ruth Carll's picture

What a hoot! Didn't see this coming!

Alan Brown's picture

Excellent image Ruth, congrats on the selection for Photo of the Day.

Bobby Wood's picture

Congrats Ruth! That's pretty damn awsome I think.... I just wish I got picked some time , but it's okay I never win any thing but one of these days! I so proud of you and so proud to call you a friend, if that's okay?

Ruth Carll's picture

Thanks Bobby. Getting this was quite unexpected. Thanks for your well wishes and good thoughts!

Chris Jablonski's picture

Congratulations, Ruth!

Joe Scalise's picture

Congrats Ruth!

Craig Dockerill's picture

Great shot Ruth

Ruth Carll's picture

Thanks Craig!

Ron Welch's picture

Very nice!

Alex Nemcev's picture

Can't stop peering, it's amazing!

Deleted Account's picture

First class work Ruth! An inspiring photo!

I think the mind likes complex visual stimuli. Same with music. I'm a musician too and I noticed that long ago. Of course I'm not referring to current music with repetitive lyrics but older groups and their vocal harmonies. Think of The Eagles, Beach Boys, Little River Band, ABBA, Mamas and Papas, Queen, The Beatles and other similar bands. Almost all their work have vocal harmonies. In some songs it's more complex than others.
One particular song by Steely Dan off of the Aja album, Peg, comes to mind. Listen to the complex back up harmony in the chorus sung by Micheal McDonald. There's your spider web!!

Ruth Carll's picture

I love this comment! Thanks for leaving this and being a part of this site! I love the way you thought of this!

Deleted Account's picture

Thank you So Much Ruth. I tend to be a bit too detail oriented and ramble on too much but I do sometimes see things that others don't.

Speaking of which, ever see the movie Brainstorm?