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October 02, 2013

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The Zen Birdfeeder

Thanks everyone! Your nice comments are appreciated.

Margaret_Peg

So pretty. Almost looks like crocheting. Those little critters certainly know what they are doing when they construct their webs.

Debbie Milller

Great eye, beautifully captured!

Margaret

Love it!

Ellen

That is beautiful! I took quite a few spider web photos when we were at Acadia National Park (in most cases, with the spiders).

I've always wondered why we tend to see spider webs more often in the fall... at least I do! Do you think it has something to do with the fact that fewer birds are around to disturb them?

Annie

It looks like that one's seen some action, too.
It's a lovely autumn sight, isn't it, dew-laden webs strewn hither n yon across every landscape.

Arthur in the Garden!

Beautiful!

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