Friday, December 9, 2011

Friday Moment


A Friday Ritual:
A photo-no words,capturing a moment from the week;
A Simple extraordinary moment.
A moment you want to pause,savor and remember
This Moment is a Ritual found on
"Life Inspired" by The Wee Man
"Almost There" by Sarah Jane
Which I confiscated from;
"Raising Amelie" by Alejandro.

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55 comments:

  1. Just like the web of life. Exquisite!

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  2. Absolutely awesome, Jan. What a brilliant photographer you are ♥

    This Moment

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  3. That's just beautiful, as much as I really don't like anything arachnid related you still have to admire that they can produce something like this. (just looking through squinted fingers though, just in case :D)

    Almost There - This Moment

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  4. @ Rimly; Thank you.<3

    @ Corinne; Thank you, things did work right for me the other day. I am grateful for that. <3

    @ SJ; Spiders and I are great friends.I take them outside never hurt them on purpose, unless of course the appear as though they would hurt me. These were at mama's, she was dancin around when I got there wanting me to get some photos of these. It was really pretty cute, and a perfect moment.

    @ Savira; Thank you so much.

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  5. That looks amazing.. almost movie like lol
    A

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  6. I have yet to see something so striking...amazing!!

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  7. The web of life has tears in its eyes, lovely moment.

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  8. Enticing and may entrap!
    -Portia

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  9. This is lovely. I'm amazed at how you are able to get the detail of each drop of water.

    http://sweepyjean.wordpress.com/2011/12/09/this-moment-all-around-me/

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  10. It's amazing to think that something as small as a spider can make something so incredible!

    http://allergiesandceliac.blogspot.com/2011/12/this-moment_09.html#more

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  11. I am so grateful to you that there was no spider in it. But, I'm afraid no matter how pretty a beaded web looks when I saw the bigger picture my heart palpitated out of my chest. Excuse me now while I run after my fleeing heart and scan the room 50 times for spiders. xoxo

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  12. your photos are truly magical!! Lovely post! ~ Barefoot Mama

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  13. What an amazing photo! I love how you captured the water droplets on the first one :)

    http://othersideofanna5.blogspot.com/2011/12/this-moment_09.html

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  14. Love the first photo, really a beautiful capture.
    http://luchissmiles.com/2011/12/09/autumn/

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  15. nice shot...As always...XOXOXOOXO

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  16. This is amazing Jan! I really, really like it!!

    Mine: http://nelietatravellingadventures.blogspot.com/2011/12/moment-in-time_09.html

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  17. other than the fact that spiders creep the heck out of me, I love the gorgeous photos!

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  18. Okay guys, I had a response written to eah of you individually, then horrors by computer went nuts and I lost it. I can not write them all over again, I am sorry for that...Lewis is impatient that I am on here so I will say thank you to all, I appreciate your visits. <3<3<3

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  19. Hello.
    I will never be friends with creepy crawlies...we'll be lifelong enemies, but the shot captured the details beautifully.
    Nice one Jan!
    Thanks for sharing.

    For ref:
    My Wife, My Priceless Jewel

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  20. Sparkling and sensational! I love the dew/rain drops clinging to the delicate fibers, making them seem as though enchanted.
    Beautifully shot, Jan!

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  21. Brilliant! you my friend are very, very talented! This is a fabulous capture.

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  22. oh, the tangled webs we weave -- they are beautiful works of art in their own right!

    lovely moment!

    my moment:
    http://www.dangerouslinda.com/?p=1662

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  23. I especially love the second one - it looks like a diamond necklace. Beautiful!

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  24. It's so different from the cobwebs I usually see. This one's crystal clear and sparkling...I also love how you've captured it ;)

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  25. While I absolutely can't stand being around spiders I am constant awe of the beauty that they can create! Beautiful shots!

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  26. Very beautiful. Although it'd push me away, knowing a spider is hiding there somewhere... haha.

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  27. OMG! You do have a keen eye :) kudos to that :)

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  28. Is that for real? looks like ices, not something that a spider did! amazing! nice picture.

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  29. My Goodness I am overwhelmed at the response to these quick photos I took. Thank you all so very much. I love the beauty of the spiders web, when mama showed these to me I had to get some shots. She was very pleased at my response, wait until I tell her of yours....Thank you all, believe me I feel the love, but not for spiders I see. They are such helpful little creatures, really they are. <3<3<3 hahahaha!!!!

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  30. Exquisite! That’s all I can say ;-)
    Except maybe, I’ll love to steal that sparkly web photo! Oooh SHINY!

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  31. Absolutely stunning shots, Jan!

    Happy Holidays to you.

    Marie
    xoxo

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  32. I never thought of spider webs as being beautiful... but this one resembles a snow flake!!! ;)

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  33. That's a good shot, Jan.. every thread is visible so clearly..:)
    Happy New Year!

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  34. You caught the water/dew on the web so beautifully. I need to get practicing as I keep wanting to catch something like this (even if it's just water/dew on a leaf) but the photos never really turn out that great.

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  35. beautifully captured one.....crystal clear, really.

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  36. absolutely awesome photo of the web - really caught it superbly - nice one

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  37. Isn't it incredible how nature can turn the mundane into a thing of ethereal beauty? If that could be translated into jewelry, people would flock to purchase! I'm glad you were there to capture the breathtaking moment.

    - Dawn

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  40. I love dew on spiderwebs sparkling in the morning sun. Gorgeous photos.

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  42. Oh how awesome. Beautifully captured. Not fond of spiders at all but their webs fascinate me.

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  44. gist of life captured beautifully in a friday moment..

    beautiful words Jan..

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