A natural necklace

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  1. tb2

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    That's beautiful :)
     
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    :hail: Wow, the beauty of nature is just unbeatable, isn't it?
     
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    Oh wwwwwwwwow. That is a keeper. NICE capture. Very very nice.
     
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    Oh yeah, I'm nominating this one right now...
     
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    Thanks Lyncca, Antarctican & Chris. Thanks too for the nomination Chris! I went out to get a foggy morning image - we had the first fog of this end of the year today - but this fogless shot was the best I came up with.

    Regards, Tony
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Oooo, lovely.
    I like how the big two droplets in the very centre seem to suggest that web has eyes!

    Our garden is so full of these spider's webs just now, but I haven't seen them wet as yet. But I have "attacked" "my" webs with the camera, too. Several times.
     
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    Thanks Corinna. These drops were the effect of our first fog of this end of the year, and I had to be up and out quite early (!) to catch them.

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    Ah, someday I'd like to photograph something so well.
     
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    WOW.........great capture Tony. It is beautiful and best of all, natural.
     
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    Absolutely gorgeous! Nice shot!
     
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    Thanks John, DadeCountyAnthony & Crystalmarie. This one was photographed with my fixed-length macro lens which I've taken to always carrying in my camera bag. It does a good out of focus background.

    Regards, Tony
     

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