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Uploaded: 09/19/17 2:01 PM GMT
Web on a Wire
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A spider web highlighted by the dew from the fog of the day. If you look closely, you can see the spider.
Taken with a Sigma 100-300mm lens on a Pentax K-1 camera.

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::questjester
09/19/17 8:49 PM GMT
I love this! Can't wait to put it on my desktop.

Faved!
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::Nikoneer
09/20/17 10:50 AM GMT
It could use just a touch of Smart Sharpen (60% maybe) in Photoshop, but what a perfect web! This is one creative spider you found, Tim, with so many double-ended strands circling the whole. I shot a huge one last week in the Black Hills of South Dakota, complete with an equally large Orb Weaver in the middle, but I wouldn't hire that one to do any contracting jobs for me. Your spider, on the other hand, must have been born in the home of a master architect and the profession passed onto him.

Happy Trails

-Nik
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+purmusic
09/25/17 2:05 AM GMT
Nice shot, Tim.

+favs for me.

And..

But, of course.. thanks of sharing this one with us.
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.icedancer
09/27/17 6:56 PM GMT
Wow, excellent detail - right into my favs
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::Nikoneer
11/07/17 10:26 PM GMT
Well now, this spider obviously wasn't a subject in a drug test, one I saw years ago in which the arachnids were injected with a minute amount of various substances, to see how it affected their web-building skills. This guy's in perfect health and what a desktop wallpaper his web and your photo will make. I don't much care for spiders, having been bitten too many times by them, but I do admire their artistry.

Happy Trails

-Nik
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