Saturday, February 2, 2013

Inspired

As far as we permit ourselves to open up our eyes now and then, the eternal story-telling will continue.



That is why a spider develops eight eyes so to see more, and to reproduce these exuberant stories that blend together past and present, and that connect imagination and reality in the form of a magical web. 




Some of us then interpret it in a distance, others as a mythbuster would have an in-depth experience by going into it. That is how I who have five eyes stay inspired between being creative or acting like the biggest idiot on earth.

My five eyes: another two from a pair of spectacles and one from the DSLR.

32 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

thanks for explaining the 5 eyes. :) you are far from being the biggest idiot. you have more 'vision' and wisdom than most...

betchai said...

amazing shot, how did you do the first one? super super love it. you see as much as you ponder deeply.

Arti said...

Haha! 5 eyes, glad you explained what it meant! Stunning captures, beautiful.
Have a happy weekend :)

Buttons said...

Oh I love your words you make me think. No idiots are around here. Love the shot. Hug B

Laura. M said...

Any non-human animal, has more wisdom than man, rainfield.
The two I like ... and I also I have five eyes :))
good weekend friend.
a hug.

Icy BC said...

Thanks for explaining the five eyes part! And to have five eyes like you to produce these stunning images, I should adapt three more eyes for myself.

Debbie said...

if your an "idiot" i see that i LOVE idiots!!

i dislike spiders but you have shown them in a beautiful light!!

i have missed you!! i need to make sure i stop by more often!!

Secondary Roads said...

I love the way you weave your tales my five-eyed friend. The photos, as always, are super.

Carol L McKenna said...

Enlightened being ~ Great photos of nature's gems ~

Carol of A Creative Harbor ^_^

Juliana said...

Hate spiders!
Images impressed me much!)))

xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :) | PJ’ Ecoproject

George said...

Your five eyes allow you to be very creative. They also allow you to get excellent photographs to share with us.

eileeninmd said...

Having five eyes allows so much
creativity! The first image and web is just amazing. Well done, Rainfield!

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

Spider nampak creating a wave...cool like super hero.

Filip and Kristel said...

Colourful spiders. They even look elegant.

Greetings,
Filip

Giga said...

Wcale nie trzeba mieć wielu oczu, żeby być kreatywnym, Ty z pewnością nią jesteś. *** Przykro mi , że Tłumacz u mnie nie działał. Powiem więc, że dzisiejszy mój post był z okazji drugich urodzin bloga. Pozdrawiam.
You do not need to have many eyes to be creative, you're certainly it. *** I'm sorry Translator did not work for me. I'd say that today my post was to celebrate the second birthday of the blog. Yours.

Nancy said...

Even though I respect spiders from afar...the colors in this spider are amazing...wonderful photo!

Bananazஇ said...

Inspidering eight eyes inspiration..

Nancy Claeys said...

I find spiders so fascinating. They are such perfectionists. :)

demie said...

Wondefuly written!
Lucky you with 5 eyes and we, who see through yours

Diane AZ said...

I adore spiders and the stories they inspire. :)

Freya Renders said...

Super photos and tale !

EG CameraGirl said...

I'm so glad you explained your five eyes. :) I have five too.

Frieda said...

Your perspective of life is always unique... 5 eyes!! What an idea ;)

bailey-road.com said...

Beautiful post!

Sharkbytes said...

That first picture is amazing! How do you keep getting better and better?

Angie said...

haha.. i get your five eyes. I too have them.. Stay inspired always. Love the spider web pictures, spin a thousand words.

Barbara said...

I love how your mind works! (I have 5 eyes, too! But now I wish I had 8!)

Harshi said...

Gorgeous spiders Rain! You live in such a wonderful area so rich in biodiversity.

And I also like the angle of the first shot very much, as it shows the web patterns so beautifully.

Minoru Saito said...

Nice shots! I like the second photo very much.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

Malar said...

Good explantion on 5 eyes! ;)
Anyway Happy Chinese New Year! Hope you have fun with the loved ones!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Aha -- I wondered about the 5th one and you are so right -- it is like another eye...I often find out that the camera has seen things my other four missed!

Lovely post.

Laura. M said...

Good week friend :))
a hug.