Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

October 8, 2009

The Web

No, not Worldwide, but Spider. It's been foggy the last couple of mornings, and I shot these at work today. Click on the pics for a larger view.

Note how they billow in the breeze.

Later on in the day, the sun came out. As you can see, the foliage has finally started!


  1. Anonymous9:52 AM

    We seem to have very industrious spiders at the moment, you can't walk down the garden without finding yourself encased in one web after another (Yick!).

    Lovely pictures Jojo, the season is also on the turn in the UK, and the colours are just as breathtaking.

  2. Spider's webs are one of nature's wonders.

  3. Beautiful pics, honey!
    And the weather!!!! I so wish I was there!

    We went camping with Stacy and her other friends for her hubby's b-day last week...and found a rainspider the size of my hand on our tent the next morning, and we are still debating on who kept the thing warm all night of the three of us...HAHAHAHA!

  4. See, that's the reason I don't camp. Ever. I don't like bugs, esp. spiders.

  5. They work so hard!I admire spiders.I have mulled over having one as a pet (we have a spare aquarium).Things are turning here too and finally getting nice and cool-it'll be in the 50's this week during the day.