Wednesday, December 2, 2009

The Web



I do not understand why and how I am attracted by the web, and this continues to bother me. I have landed on it, and have myself sticked to it. I am its prey by now.




Is it a world of monochrome, or the other way? There is a pair of hollow eyes looking out from there, and a big mouth keep yelling.


I have been getting bored with it occationally.


Are you a victim as well? If yes, how do you feel? If no, why is it?

32 comments:

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

I love the dots and dashes in the second one!

Diane AZ said...

You are lucky to find a spider web and with face in it! Looks to me like it's singing. :D

Harumi said...

Wow.. nice web, and a very neatly weaved one at that. If not for the first pic's slight iridescent, I'd have surely thought you edited the pics to black and white.

Superb shots! And glad you didn't have a close up of Mr. spider, or I'd have had nightmares.. lol

fufu said...

wow... a web monster =p

Kirigalpoththa said...

I love spiders and glad to find this web in worldwideweb :)

George said...

I can understand why you were attracted to this web. Your photos of it are wonderful.

Pacey said...

Oooppsss...i hope you didn't destroy it, that's a beautiful circle of web. Just got back to blogging, sorry for not coming over the weekend, got tied up...

betchai said...

fantastic rainfield, i am lost for words to say, all i know is i am so awed by your capture :)

SquirrelQueen said...

Wonderful photos of the web, it is easy to be attracted to such a lovely structure. Some days we are the weaver of the webs and other days we are the tangled prey.

Mother Goose said...

I am not a victim.I am the the big eyes you see. I have been very patient because the fear also feeds me, but I feel the fear being replaced by weariness. I believe the time has come. Hunger is about to be quenched. I hope you are as tasty as you look...

Ayie said...

Rainfield, the web looks like it has a face =)

Icy BC said...

I like the wonderful pictures of your web! I can see a scary face from that web..

As far as being a victim...maybe yes and maybe no, sometimes!

Cheryl said...

Very stunning and awesome captures of the web.

Ratty said...

I haven't found any webs as good as this, but I have been looking. I guess I don't look in the right place. I think this makes you a webmaster.

Bengbeng said...

i like yr writing style on this post... like where u put yrself in the prey's shoes

Mike said...

Rainfield may I venture "web of intrigue?"

roentarre said...

This set of web images have a lot more contrast than the last lot I have seen. Good images btw

rainfield61 said...

Sharkbytes: Dots and dashes have then formed a line, two line, three lines and the web.

Diane: It is then singing Sound of Silence.

Harumi: Hey girl welcome back!! What if I have edited the second one which in fact yes. I like the black and white feeling. Somehow Mr. Spiderman has gone for shopping, it is not at home.

fufu: WooHooo... A monster? Am I?

Kirigalpoththa: If you love worldwideweb, do you know you may be the other victim?

George: I am having a lot of luck. Same to you when reading my post.

Pacey: How could I destroyed the piece of artwork and the home of Mr. Spiderman?

betchai: Really? I am so awed by your commenet. 0_0..

rainfield61 said...

SquirrelQueen: Some days we are the weaver of the webs and other days we are the tangled prey. You ate totally right.

Mother Goose: You are not a victim by now, but you may be in other days and other ways.

Ayie: Yes, the web looks like it has a face. 0..0

Icy BC: You see a scary face, but you are not frightened.

Cheryl: Thank you very much.

Ratty: I think webmaster sounds better than webmonster.

Bengbeng: Very sad to say I did not have a good close up. I did not see the prey's shoes.

Mike: You are now in the "web of intrigue", don't you know? 0_0

roentarre: You make me thinking I am really a webmaster.

Bengbeng said...

Apologies this comment is not related to yr post.

Reference yr comment : It is not Bengism but Bengsim. She is my sister. She lives in Pulau Tikus. :)

wenn said...

nice shot..

JOE TODD said...

Sometimes we get caught in a web of our own making even Tigers

Salitype said...

it is quite fascinating to watch, spider web, can't blame you being its prey....i find it interesting that within their small body, they can create a home. i don't think any in the animal kingdom can do that.

sorry, haven't been around lately, tied up at work!

Poetic Shutterbug said...

This should truly be the beginning of a scary movie titled the Web factor. Monster faces emanating from webs. Pretty cool shots rainfield.

Cher said...

you are turning to be a photography genius. ;)

i agree with fufu, it looks like a web monster.

maricar said...

nice monochrome rain, i am a victim now :) you found a good subject for a mono pic rain

yen said...

great shots...

Mei Teng said...

How come I never come across webs like these?! I have seen spider web photos and would love to try to photograph one...one day.

Have a great weekend! :)

Footsteps said...

I love how light, moisture, angle of perspective... affect a web. Can be very dramatic!

rainfield61 said...

wenn: Thanks.

JOE TODD: I thought I saw a tiger caught in the web. LOL.
Yes, this is what I want to express, Tigers is not exceptional.

Salitype: Small but mighty, they create wonders.

Poetic Shutterbug: The movie begins, in your mind theater, the monster yells, and you are scared.

Cher: Oh no!! That piece of hat is simply too tall and big, or I'll be the monster myself by then.

maricar: You are a volunteered victim. And me too, in this WWW.

yen: Thank you very much.

Mei Teng: I have my luck this time, yours will be coming. I'll have my great weekend only after 5:30pm.

Footsteps: If you start to ask 5W1H about the web, it can be even more dramatic!

AVCr8teur said...

Do not be a victim! You are bigger than the spider.

⊱↫PreciousKD↬⊰ said...

Amazing photography of that cobweb!

I will just pass..