Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Micro weaver, morning colour and moon

We were at a friends house checking out stuff for assemblage work when she pointed out the small woven cocoon created by an insect. The woven basket was about 25mm long; and it was glued to a plastic table. So delicate; and yet it appeared to be strong. I don't know the insect that made this structure.

©2015 Barry Smith - Tiny woven home
Though we have officially moved into summer the flowers still think not is spring.

©2015 Barry Smith - Dew drops and a little visitor

©2015 Barry Smith - Tiny spider blending with the background
There appears to be a bit of an issue with some of the bee hives this year - a number of decommissioned and burnt hives seen on my walk - worrying.

Thought I'd just add in a couple of moon photos given it is Wednesday. These were taken with the Canon Powershot.

©2015 Barry Smith - Some unusual distortions through the foliage
©2015 Barry Smith - Crisp contrast with a hazy moon
©2015 Barry Smith - Clear full moon.
I love that my decision to post some iPhone photos each Wednesday has made me walk with my eyes more open to the beauty around me.

Don't forget the giveaway will be drawn on next Sunday - check out the blog post.


  1. That was a wise decision indeed. It's such a visual feast when you share these posts. Thank you, Barry! What a lovely way to start the day.

  2. Very worried about the bees, Barry, hope there's not a problem in your area. Your moon shots are always a treat, as are your illustrated walks.


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