Tuesday, September 8, 2009


Isn't it amazing what one little spider can do overnight? Sunday morning was dew drenched and the webs swayed in the breeze and sparkled like a million diamonds hung out to dry.
I am so truly amazed what God's little creatures can do.
Sometimes it is the small things that take our breathe away.
Hope you have a breathtaking week.


donna said...

Holy smokes! What artistic, talented spiders you have hanging out at your house.

Mimi said...

Now that is unbelievable!!!
We around here hate spiders, I have been bit by a black widow and hubby got bit 5 times by the same scorpion, bent on trying to kill him!!!!!So no spiders here please!!!!

Goodwill Haunting said...

Beautifully amazing spider webs! But I don't think that was a "small" spider!

Eileen said...

This is awesome!
It really is a work of art! Did you leave them?
As much as I don't really like spiders, I don't think I'd have the heart to get rid of the webs they work so hard to perfect.

Thanks for sharing this!
All the best,

daylily777 said...

Beautiful Photo! The dew always makes webs standout in pics.Great job.Thank for stopping by.;-)

Jean Tuthill said...

Just Beautiful and so artistic! Thanks for visiting and bearing with me during my absence. The garden is coming along, I've been working outside every morning and then showering and going to work until after 6:00. Makes me tired. It'll get done pretty soon. Have a wonderful week.

A Romantic Porch said...

Wow! Stella, your postings are so interesting, but I must comment on this one. I don't think I've seen a spider web that large since I lived in Arkansas. I actually had forgotten how large they could be. I just don't see them that big here. I remember trying to get a picture of them when I was a teenager. The cameras must be much better now. Wouldn't you love to know how long it took the spider to make that? Thanks for sharing. xo rachel