Monday

Unique Strands

Each of us is a unique strand in the intricate web of life and here to make a contribution.
 ~Deepak Chopra

27 comments:

John Theberge said...

Very nice blog you have. I love shooting macro subjects also.

PERBS said...

Oh that is just beautiful and such a great capture! I haven't seen a spider web in so long. . .

Regina said...

Amazing. Great post.

SD at "Addicted to The Click" said...

Fabulous! Simply Fabulous!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

O.K. have you been reading my mind?Worry is an everpresent problem for me and recently even more so.Thanks for the timely verse.Oh Yes,the picture is marvelous.
Thanks again.

Appalachian Lady said...

Beautiful photo of the spider web. I worry too much too--just have to remind myself to stop doing that!

CG said...

Oh wow, one of your best EVER!!!!!!

I am with you on the worry front. What are we like?? Worry seems to be problem for so many people. Your blog certainly helps ME get things in perspective.

lisaschaos said...

So lovely! simply great!!

Carletta said...

Awesome Kerri!
It looks like little pearls glistening. Very fairytale like too.
I love this.

happyone said...

Looks so delicate and pretty.
Great shot!!

June said...

Very nice...love those wet webs!

NCmountainwoman said...

One of my husband's favorite sayings is this: "Worry is a rehearsal for tomorrow's failure." So he truly never worries about things he cannot control...just works on the things he can.

I loved the spider web.

A New England Life said...

Kerri, this photo is absolutely stunning! Like strings of glass pearls. And the background colors are gorgeous. I need to do a little more macro!

I too am a worrier but as I get older it isn't quite as bad. Time seems to settle me a bit and I try to find things that make me feel at peace, such a music, photography, flowers, nice linens, anything to sooth my soul. Having two teenage girls I need all the soothing I can get!

Sharon

imac said...

Wonderful shot, The web of life.

Steve B said...

This photo is sublime.

Laurie said...

Stunning details here.

Worry is a problem for me too. I had a tough time of it when my son was in Iraq. It pretty much consumed me for more than 15 months. But on the up side now I find that I worry less about the "small stuff".

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Gorgeous photo!

I suffer from worry too. Wonderful post.

Becky and Gary said...

I like the way you think. Many of us worry way too much, and most of the time it's for nothing, me included. I'll be reading your verses for inspiration.
That spider web is awesome. Just like pearls.
B.

Cindy said...

Wow! What a great shot. I love the little beads of water. Very cool looking.

Cindy

jeannette stgermain said...

wow, such a festive spiderweb with all those rain drops!

Jo-Ann said...

Your photos are wonderful! Someone once told me that "worry is like a rocking chair -- it gives you something to do but it doesn't get you anywhere!" -- I think about that every time I'm prone to worry about something.

Jayne said...

I just always remind myself that I am so not in control, therefore to worry is to waste energy. All will be well... all will be well. :c) Magical photo Kerri.

MedaM said...

WOW! Just fantastic! What a wonderful light and soft color shades! Those water drops look like pearls!

Ms. Math said...

This is an ABSOLUTELY STUNNING photo! My jaw dropped when I saw it! You should be very proud of yourself!

John Roberts said...

I love the composition you chose on this one.

Moi said...

precious, simply precious!

Rick said...

You never cease to amaze me with your pics! Thought i would stop in and catch up..;-)

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