The good thing about having to leave early in the mornings is that I get to see all of these beautiful sunrises. So I left early one Sunday morning to try and capture a shot of what I normally see on my morning commute. These lines are just down the road from our home. I love how the mist can be seen between the mountains. I call it Lines in the Mist.
After returning I walked back through the woods and shot a couple of wild flowers.
Then I captured this falling leaf. Well actually it was caught on a strand of a spider’s web, but l we’ll just keep that between us.
Speaking of spiders, I came upon this fellow and was bending down, shooting from all these different angles, and trying to get as close as possible, to get that perfect shot. When all of a sudden it raced down towards the bottom of it web. I just about died right there. I know that I must have jump a good yard backwards. Funny, I didn’t know that this old man could move so fast. It feels good to know that I still have it, if I need it. I just knew that he had had enough of that pesky old photographer. Instead it pounced on this horse fly and carried him back to the center of his web. I could have sworn that I heard a voice say, Welcome to my parlor, haaaaa.