Guest photographer Maryann Nielson caught this very cool spider web hanging off the pedestrian bridge off of Florence St. Click on it to see it in better detail. Thanks, Maryann!
I recently bought an inexpensive ring light/flash for my camera to use in macro photography, so I tried it out a couple of days ago on this spiderweb. The ring of light created an interesting pattern in the reflections on the water droplets (click on the image to see it larger)… reminds me of eyes.
* Note: I didn’t actually count the number of drops, but if you’re feeling adventures, please feel free.
This raindrop-filled spider web was hanging from the railing on the south end of 4th Ave., near a big red barn. That barn and its reflection in the water below the railing is refracted in the water drops.
I would claim I did all that on purpose, but the truth is I stuck my camera with its macro lens attached down below the web so it was up against the railing for support, and took several shots from different angles and hoped for the best. It worked.