Ok, I admit, I made it rain on the poor spider’s home. Not only did I chase it, but I flooded it’s home with water from spray bottle. I couldn’t wait for the real rain to fall, in case the spider’s web disappeared.

All I’ve done to the image is brighten it up and place a slight little frame around bottom edge.

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  • Alan Findlater
    Alan Findlaterover 7 years ago

    i hope it was insured, still a great shot!

  • Patricia L. Ballard
    Patricia L. Ba...over 7 years ago

    Wonderful shot, Dabble.How did you think of it?

  • Adriana Glackin
    Adriana Glackinover 7 years ago

    Thanks Alan and Patricia.

    the spider’s web was huge, so I sprayed a fair bit of water onto the web – and kept on spraying until I was happy with the size of the “dew drops”, then I snapped away from all sorts of angles, and dare I say it, I’ll only upload this one – ha ha ha!!!

    : )

  • PNFdeb
    PNFdebover 7 years ago


  • Simon  Mattocks
    Simon Mattocksover 7 years ago

    nice piccy! poor spider!

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 7 years ago

    Fabulous water spray work!!! Excellent detail and clarity!

  • berndt2
    berndt2over 7 years ago


  • Deri Dority
    Deri Dorityover 7 years ago

    You have such stunning macros. This shot is perfect.

  • Carlo Cesar Rodillas
    Carlo Cesar Ro...over 7 years ago

    Beautiful as a pearl! Great shot!

  • Adriana Glackin
    Adriana Glackinover 7 years ago

    Thanks, berndt2, derid and Carlo! : )

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