Sunday, April 3, 2011

The Code

This is an ordinary web that can be found everywhere: inside and outside our house, or in the jungle, but we would never give the spiders any chance to colonize our home.

This is not an ordinary web that is placed between the fern leaves, and is encoded. I shall leave everything intact for someone wiser to solve later.

We see norms everyday, but those can be the opposite at the same time. Not all questions are answerable immediately, and not all mysteries can be unveiled.

29 comments:

Misalyn said...

Superb macro shots! Seeing nice macro like these makes me more excited to buy a macro lens.

I like the last paragraph of your blogpost.....well written. This is indeed a nice form of poetry.

p3chandan said...

That web is so delicate and beautiful but the fern at one glance looks like coiling little snake! Life is full of mystery Rainfield!

wenn said...

wow..such perfect web..it's a miracle!

♦♦Icy BC said...

Outstanding shots, Rainfield! The last one says "two hearts in one" to me!

The Retired One said...

Awesome pictures of spider webs..they are hard to capture with your lens and you have mastered them!

eileeninmd said...

Awesome words and post, Rainfield! Your macro shots of the webs are amazing.

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Wah I can really see the web designed like a work of art. Brilliant shot.

One said...

You say it is ordinary but somehow I think it is pretty unique and beautiful. I have so far not been able to capture such a beautiful cob web yet.

Sharodindu said...

super cool... I found the top most pic very wonderful....
Thanks for sharing :)

Amin said...

I agree with You....

Blogger Broadcast said...

I have no idea. The web is probably a code to protect the new coming flowers

Amin said...

Wonderful and very unique photos! Thank You very much for sharing!

Regina said...

Your right..they don't need to move in to appreciate them better(lol)..the webs are enchanting and the second is truly a gem!! I enjoy a little mystery-

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

That first one is SO perfect- beautiful background.

Ann said...

I like the top one, yesterday, a girl friend found a very thick hairy spider, she tried to burn it. I told her, jump stomp it it. easier.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Lovely web! Looks perfect!!

kulasa said...

wow, marvelous!

Diane AZ said...

Cool web shots!

George said...

I really like both of these macros of the webs, but your first macro is absolutely stunning. Very well done!

Shifan said...

Lovely macros. Like 2nd one most.

Stephanie said...

Your lens brings the world to life

Amin said...

Very very unique photos!
I wrote the Caucasian cat for searching in the internet...

Ratty said...

Excellent examples of two different webs. That first one is beautiful.

Anonymous said...

the fern is beautiful. it has been so long since i dropped by. missed your photography rainfield :)

-loshini

Amin said...

Beautiful colors...

RNSANE said...

I suppose that is just as it should be. We must be kept guessing once in awhile! I think that's what keeps us coming back.

Frieda said...

The first picture is just stunning. I always adore pictures of cobwebs...

Malar said...

Superb shot!
Teh fern does look like caterpillar to me ! ahhahah...

sweetmemoirs said...

i am getting addicted not with just your thoughts but with your photography! awesome shots! ;)