U.S.A., Washington State.
USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5
These are great pictures with spiderwebs daintily clinging to and covering spent seed heads and flowers. Really lovely.FlowerLady
Lorraine, thank you! It's cold now, and birds feed on those seedpods!
Beautiful photos, especially with the spiderwebs...and the frost...love them!
Scott, thank you! Garden is sleeping, and it's still nice!
Beautiful closeups of dewy webs and seedpods! Do you save the poppy seeds?
Thanks, Alison! I do save them! They are great for indoor and outdoor decoration.
So beautiful. Your seedpods and spiderwebs come to life on your magnificent photos.
Janneke, you are very kind! Thank you!
Such subtle beauty in these photos...especially that papavar seed heads.
Thanks, Ricki! Papaver in priceless.
Beautiful spiderwebs! Love the seedpods with spiderwebs.Marian
Marian, thank you!
Wow! It's like an Edward Gorey scene. Stunning!
Sarah, you always find special words! Thanks!
You even make seed heads look gorgeous!!
Donna, they are the stars in the winter garden! Thank you!
The webs magically transform the seed heads! You share such beautiful photographs!
Peter, thanks! You are so kind!
Some brilliant shots. Wonderfully captured! The dew drops on the spider webs make them a wonderful subject to capture shots of.
CyberKID, thank you SO much!
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