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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Foggy morning

One foggy morning, I walked around the yard and found numerous spider webs. I took a bunch from a single web.

It's kind of mind boggling the complexity and beauty of the web.



Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM lens
Exposure 1/500 sec @ f2.8 (Aperture Priority)
ISO 200
Curves adjusted

I like the out of focus of this shot. There was a breeze blowing that was moving the web, causing the image to go out of focus.




Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM lens
Exposure 1/800 sec @ f2.8 (Aperture Priority)
ISO 200
Curves adjusted




Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM lens
Exposure 1/400 sec @ f2.8 (Aperture Priority)
ISO 200
Curves adjusted




Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM lens
Exposure 1/250 sec @ f2.8 (Aperture Priority)
ISO 200
Curves adjusted




Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro USM lens
Exposure 1/320 sec @ f2.8 (Aperture Priority)
ISO 200
Curves adjusted

4 comments:

Highton-Ridley said...

Great sequence - it's the sort of shot you can return to again and again, bringing to the next shoot what you learned from the previous one(s).

For me, its abstracty architecture - especially on derelict buildings.

Marka said...

Spider webs are definitely beautiful, especially when dew covered. Great series!

Woody said...

Highton-Ridley,
Thanks for visiting! I like to think of the spider as a pretty clever architect. I like architecture (I have several friends who are architects) and derelict buildings as well.

Woody said...

Thanks Marka! TI should be an expert considering the number of foggy mornings we've had lately!