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Silk at Sunset

Silk at Sunset



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  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 10 Jan 2013, 00:12
Expertly wrapped...great shot, Graeme.
Graeme Hubbard: The trees andthe ground where covered, Ray, but you could only see the webs with the sun behind them. Thanks.
WoW that's amazing Graeme!!
Graeme Hubbard: Both on the trees and the ground, Sally. Quite a sight, but only with the sun behind.
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet
  • 10 Jan 2013, 04:29
This is magnificent Graeme, well spotted and taken.
Graeme Hubbard: Thanks, Chad. It was quite a sight. This doesn't really do it justice.
This is stunning Graeme!!
Graeme Hubbard: Thanks, Elizabeth. Lucky with subject and light.
Well seen and perfectly captured Graeme... this is beautiful....petersmile
Graeme Hubbard: Thanks, Peter. Lucky timing.
It does look like golden silk. Cool.
Graeme Hubbard: Just what it was, Jacquelyn. Thanks.
Goodness ... The rapunzel effect
Graeme Hubbard: Grimm, do you mean!
Cracking shot Graeme. Amazing colours
Graeme Hubbard: And all natural, Bill. Thanks.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 10 Jan 2013, 09:37
Very well done Graeme: you have caught these webs perfectly in the low light
Graeme Hubbard: Thanks, Chris. I was quite surprised they showed as well as they did.
Love the graduating light and of course the webs!
Graeme Hubbard: Thanks, Martin. It came out better than I thought it would.
This is magical...
Graeme Hubbard: Thanks, Larry. Sometimes these things turn up on an evening stroll.
Very good indeed Graeme.
Graeme Hubbard: Thanks, Brian. A lucky sight.
A fabulous shot Graeme. The colours are superb!
Graeme Hubbard: Thanks, Richard. The last rays of the sun.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 10 Jan 2013, 19:21
This looks like delicate strands of cobweb, Graeme. How on earth did you do this?!
Graeme Hubbard: Er..I took a photograph of some delicate strands of cobweb, Lisl! Seriously, though, the whole valley floor was covered with these cobwebs at grass level and there was some on the trees as here. They only showed up, though, when directly in front of the setting sun. I got some not very good pictures of the effect on the ground which I'll post later. Cheers.
LOve, love, love this likey.
Graeme Hubbard: Thank you, Mary. The spider webs covered the whole area, but you could only see them against the setting sun. It was quite a sight.

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