Karin Bugge view from the trail
Let me guess, a Greek spider - lots of nocturnal goings-on, but not much ROI.
You know I love this.
The web of life!!!
You're getting this photography thing, Sistah!V
As Brenda would say, lots of ROE -- return on experience.
Amazing photo. So many interesting details! And that's some web.
Would hate to open the gate and get my hand stuck in that web.Love the photo.
Looks like Altadena still awaits its emancipation.
The photo is very intriguing because the house, apparently boarded up, cries out to be explored in more detail, but the veil of the web and the closed gate keep the viewer away, focused on the very interesting details of the fence and rope. The fence and rope are so pleasing to the eye, but the rest of the photo beckons the eye to get beyond what's pleasing.
Mmm, mmm, mmm. I'm looking forward to the flash fiction piece on Rose City Sisters that should accompany this...as well as breakfast at Santa Anita
It makes me think I thought of something I couldn't remember and still didn't. There are things behind the web that don't meet the eye... I think.Nice shot.
Durn. The Chiefess said just what I would have said if I had thought of it.
Actually Margaret...did you know that the phrase web of life came about simply because if one has a life, one doesn't have time to dust the cobwebs!!! (teehee!)
I feel knotted up and caught in the web of life.
Chieftess: That explains the decor in my house!I was thinking it was the "world-wide web."WV: cramist
I love this.