Saturday, October 17, 2015

Tech-Savvy


Web construction involves millions of webmasters in the forest is overwhelming. The power of WWW is as explosive as a nuclear bomb.

Thus I see a webmaster is expanding its complicated but beautiful website. "I want more traffic!"

News spreads, and enthusiastic visitors are attracted and get addicted. 

A butterfly who is one of them, ends up spending its life with an open web forever.

It used to feel proud as a tech-savvy butterfly.



22 comments:

Hannah said...

More intriguing spider webs on the World Wide Web. I guess instead of spammers, the butterfly was lured by spanners. Such a sad ending for a beautiful creature. But perhaps it was a cabbage butterfly and our cabbages will be spared their green wormy babies.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Rainfield, what a cool shot of the web and the tech-savvy butterfly. It is a sad end for the butterfly to be captured. The world wide web does have us addicted. Great post and images. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

Debbie said...

i see so many webs this time of year, but i am unable to capture them like this. they do seem to be elaborate masterpieces but if their masterpiece is destroyed, they can rebuild so quickly. it's a great shot!!!

my husband tells me it is nature, decorating for halloween, perhaps he is right. seems he is always right ;)))))

Bob Bushell said...

Wow, how did he get there?

Magia da Inês said...

-`❀´-
Imagens impressionantes!

Ótimo fim de semana cheiinho de alegrias!
Beijinhos.
❀❀ه° ·.

Ana Mínguez Corella said...

Great shots.. Well-done.. Happy weekend..

Secondary Roads said...

The web spreads. Traffic increases. Well fed spider weaves larger web.

Giga said...

Better not give like a butterfly and did not perish in the online world. Regards.

carol l mckenna said...

Ah ~ Butterflies are free ~ guess all our 'egos' get trapped at times ~ Let go!

Trying not to spend as much time online ~

Lovely photos ~

Happy Weekend to you,
artmusedog and carol

TexWisGirl said...

tech-savvy, indeed!

Emma Springfield said...

You must know how I love your imagination and sense of absurdity. I too have been caught up in the web. I try not to struggle too much so that I don't become completely trapped ut it is not easy.

Linda said...

I have always been fascinated and enchanted by the architectural talent of spiders. Lovely photos!

Margaret Adamson said...

Fascinating.

Minoru Saito said...

Hi! Your web photo is very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Blogoratti said...

Wonderful thoughts and image.

Helma said...

The spider web is beautiful with the golden wires :-)
The trapped butterfly will surrender ust.
A beautiful piece of natural nature

Icy BC said...

Poor thing, spending the last few minutes of life in a web! It is just so natural, isn't it? Thank you for keeping checking in, happy happy joy joy for me :)

Malar said...

That very big web. Poor butterfly though....

MTWaggin said...

Webmasters! That is brilliant!!! The first and true webmasters!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Every insect is web-savvy, but some are more savvy than others! Poor butterfly -- he did not learn that lesson in time.

Tabib said...

so sad ending...

EG CameraGirl said...

Oh yes! I'm sure that webmaster would very much appreciate more traffic! You are so funny!