Flowers—Lines—Ice

Posts tagged “Filaments

Solar Spiderwort (Antique Plate)

More messing around. 🙂


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An Inexplicable Obsession 2


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An Inexplicable Obsession 1


Jungle

Frost on a garage window.


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Clamoring

Ever had a weed demand your attention?

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Drop-laden leaf

Glistenings from Morgan’s garden.


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Arachnean Fluff

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It is both

it-is-both


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Illusory Disarray

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Untitled

untitled


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eleven


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Dandelion plumes

dandelion plumes


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Synaptic Graveyard

synaptic graveyard


Singularities

Similar singularities


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Invisible lines

Spider Web


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Fairy Puffs

Fairy Puffs


Spider Wheels

Spider Wheels (Title by Little Pie)

Spider Wheels (Title by Little Pie)


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Clematis (#3000 or so)

Clematis in White


Alley Shots

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I have been unable to visit or respond to comments these last several months.  But please know how grateful I am for your visits and kind words. I have felt it might be better to turn off comments since it is difficult for me to reply (and I don’t want to seem unappreciative!) but I’ve received questions about that and requests to leave them open. So, I will leave comments open and hope that you will understand how much I appreciate the words you leave for me even though I cannot always reply.  Thank you all for your kindness and encouragement. Your support for my creative efforts here has meant so very much to me.


My Spider and I are very happy to see this.

Baby Clematis

Friends, I want to thank you for your continued visits and comments these last days, even when I haven’t been able to stop by your own blogs to check in.  I hope to catch up very soon.

Here is some new baby clematis peeking out of last year’s remains.  Click my “Filaments” tag if you’re interested in a very long history….

The dial on the camera I use for macros is broken, so I’m only able to shoot in F/2.0 now. 🙂


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(Not) Ready

I can't explain


In Memory of “My” Spider

In Memory of Venusta and Friends

Well, gang, she didn’t rebuild… “my” spider… the one I was following all those months in the Clematis vine for my Filaments II series.   I was deeply heartened to discover that she had survived the storms we experienced here, as a result of Hurricane Sandy. I was hopeful that she would reconstruct her splendid labyrinth, but, alas, she didn’t.   I don’t know what happened to her–if she died, or moved on–but I will always remember her, and look for her relatives who may continue our Filaments collaboration in her stead.


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A Spider Dream