Sunday, March 16, 2008

Have you seen...

What last night's fog had hidden in mist,
revealed in dawn's droplets.




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"Have you seen...." is an effort to discover the unusual beauty in things not usually appreciated for their beauty.

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17 comments:

Q said...

Dear Nina,
This is very beautiful!
Ahhh...
Happy Spring.
Sherry

SLW said...

Everything connected to everything else... wonderful!

Chris said...

Terrific delicate pictures! Your camera did a great job capturing.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I have yet to capture this kind of picture with my new camera.. so it will be interesting to gt out there and try this out, at the moment my health says no but myhead says yes... ha! what a battle.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

OOOooooo Nina you have a wonder place to watch nature. I haven't even seen a spider web let alone one decorated with droplets of fog. Just beautiful. Plus you have grasshoppers already. I haven't seen anything but a fly in my garden as yet.

mon@rch said...

Stunning photos and I can't remember the last time I have thought about fog!

me and my camera said...

Yes, I spied the little cricket on the dry leaf.... Sometimes,in order to really see one must focus only on the moment in time and just look and absorb. I am eagerly longing for the multitude of details that spring and summer offer.

Mary said...

Nina,

We have similar taskes in beauty.

Love it.

Mary

Mary said...

Nina,

You know I meant "tastes".

Selma said...

That is pure magic. You are so talented!

nina said...

I spent a lot of time in one spot, looking for something to catch my eye. This little web was so intricate, I knelt down and examined it for a long time. From that low angle, I was able to see the little cricket--he's less than 1/4 inch long!

I love the detail a camera can add to what I barely saw while walking there.

Rurality said...

Hey... those droplets aren't frozen! :) Spring must be on the way.

bobbie said...

Webs are among my favorite things. And the hopper is wonderful. Absolutely beautiful pictures!

Crayons said...

Wow, beautiful! You did a nice job capturing them on...film... or on a cell. Something that I value very much in life is maintaining a sense of wonder. Yours is infectuous.

Carolyn Hietala said...

Love how you ended your photo stream with the little cricket... among all those dead leaves ... nice droplet photos!

Texas Travelers said...

Really nice photos.

Mel said...

Nice pics Nina!