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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Beautiful Traps. Wordless Wednesday







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23 comments:

  1. Oh My! They look like Halloween decorations, but I know they're real. I have them all over here too. You got some wonderful photos.

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    1. Hooray! I'll save on Halloween decor!!! Thank you Alison, it's a great idea!

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  2. Hi Tatyana,

    At first I thought it said "Beautiful TARPS" which would be quite a feat because tarps aren't very pretty. However, these "TRAPS" are magnificent. What beautiful captures you've presented. You're so talented. This has been the year of the spider, hasn't it? I've seen some whoppers! Creepy! Great post, my friend. I hear we're in for a stretch of sunny weather so I'm happy.

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    1. Grace, thank you! I am sure there are more spider webs in my garden than usual! It'll be interesting to see what kind of winter we'll have...

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  3. Wow, those webs are beautiful! Or maybe it is just the way you photographed them?! The third photo is a postcard shot, stunning.

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    1. Aerie-el, I noticed them in the morning and froze! It was beautiful. I passes that place many times, never noticed them, and it took morning sun to show them off.

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  4. Piękne pajęczynowe zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam.
    Beautiful gossamer image. Yours.

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  5. Perfect traps and perfect photos, Tanya !

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  6. Beautiful Orb webs, like a work of art!

    Eileen

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    1. Eileen, thanks! Isn't it interesting to see these beautiful creations and to know how many people dislike their creators!

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  7. Incredible! Thanks so much for being so observant and sharing, Tatyana!

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  8. What a wonderful way you have captured this beautiful autumn artworks of mother nature.
    They show that autumn has really come in.
    Have a wonderful day Tatyana.

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  9. Beautiful webs, Tatyana! No photographs of the crafty creators?

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    1. Thank you Denise! Some creators are shown in the September, 12 post: http://tanyasgarden.blogspot.com/2013/09/creatures-in-my-garden.html .

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  10. Beautiful photos!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  11. Wow these almost don't look real....the spiders are busy in your garden!!

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    1. Donna, they say if there are more spiders than usual, and spiders are spinning larger than usual webs, it could be a sign of a cold and harsh Winter ahead. The webs are not larger than usual, but there are SO many of them... in one place!

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