Friday, March 19, 2010

Walking into Wonderland Part 2

Life has changed a lot over the past 100 years. It has been projected that by 2020, mankind's knowledge will double every 30 days. We will be very wiser, at the same time, will we continue to show a selfish disregard for Nature?

I am having a wonderful morning today; hope that I shall have it forever.

I can see the icon of Wonderland from a distance. They are the showers of excitement and joyfulness.

The nearer I am to Wonderland, the more amazed I am. I am seeing thousands of loose silky webs swinging in the air. The usual feeling of eeriness has never prevailed in the end.

The different shapes of webs have kept me wondering whether I am in the world of cartoon, or Wonderland is a reality.

I do really enjoy being showered by this blessing. I do not need to double my knowledge every now and then at the expense of Nature. How about you?

By the way, there will be no further hike today. Just relax and enjoy yourself.


wenn said...

wow, love the web design!

Bengbeng said...

you know you might have hit upon a new craze..spider web photography... it will make an interesting post. invite fellow bloggers to submit web pics n you choose the winner.. prize can b in the form of a post card or a link or anything.. it is the fun factor not the prize. why not think about it? i got my pic ready hahah

Anonymous said...

Oh Rainfield, I have to say that third picture of the white web is just gorgeous, even though I am not fond of spiders..They are the dances of dreams!

Wonderful walk this morning!

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

I just wonder whether we will live until 2020.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Rainfield, that first photo has my heart pounding, it is exquisite. Those spider webs are amazing to see. I am enjoying this relaxing day within your wonderland.

The Retired One said...

I don't know what I like more, the sunbeams for the spider webs (especially the first intricate one)!

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

The sun rays through the trees are fantastic- the sun will probably still be shining... but will there be enough trees?

George said...

That increase in knowledge won't do us any good if we don't become more considerate of nature. These photographs are absolutely beautiful.

Diane AZ said...

The rays of light and spiderwebs are fantastic. Maybe when mankind gets wise enough, and realizes the blessings of nature, they'll want to take better care of it.

eileeninmd said...

Cool webs and I love how the sunbeams are lighting up the forest.

ruthi said...

I agree with Icy... that spider web is amazing. good job on that one.

Ratty said...

I really can see Wonderland in your photos. I really love those special times when we know that we have somehow by some magical way stumbled into Wonderland. That's when we find out what nature is all about.

RNSANE said...

Such beauty, rainfield! The spider web looks like an intricate lace doily, though no human could do one so well as this spider did!

RNSANE said...

Such beauty, rainfield! The spider web looks like an intricate lace doily, though no human could do one so well as this spider did!

RNSANE said...

You have an award on my blog.

Mike said...

Rainfield like the shot of the web(no3) a lot.

Loshini said...

the shafts of sunlight between the greens are lovely :)

rainfield61 said...

You must be amazed if you were there with me. The setting was totally fantastic.

I have hit upon a new craze on spider web, I may have another craze the next day. I chase after new wonders every now and then.

Icy/Poetic Shutterbug/ruthi:
You do not need to be fond of spider; you simply could not resist to indulge yourself once you were there.

Talk to me again on 2020.

The Retired One:
I don't know what I like more too,so I have to love all of them.

I am having countless trees, the trees maybe countableat that time.

You are absolutely right. We may not be wiser with more knowledge.

The morning mist had made everything so visible. I love misty morning.

You can only see the beauty of Nature when you have fallen in love with her.
You are in love with her. Are you?

Thanks for your award.

Thnak you for your comment.

Being showered by the sunlight is one of the most enjoyable things to do in the morning hike.

AVCr8teur said...

You encounter so many delights in the woods. The streaming sunlight through the trees makes it a wonderland for me. I hope in 10 years, our heads will not become bigger to retain all the newfound knowledge.

CH said...

Cool webs and warm sunshine.

I did not see any in my hike today.


Anonymous said...

Nice web!

Autumn Belle said...

I love to see the rays of sunshine filtering through the trees in the woods. Whenever, I see a spider web, I have this urge to tear one of its silky strings just to see the spider rebuild its home! But honestly, I never did it. My post on "Genting Highlands Flowers" on 17 Mar 2010 is dedicated to you for being my first commenter.

Cheryl said...

The first web is amazing. I wonder how long it took to be made? All of the photos are wonderful, thanks for allowing me to follow along.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Now it rally looks like a wonderland! I love those first two pictures!

SquirrelQueen said...

Incredible photos Rainfield, the spider's webs are amazing. This is a beautiful place.