A Living Landscape

9 March 2012 20 Comments Home » Insects etc.

The smallest spider wakes before dawn,
a living landscape points to a history
that might have been.


One small step

20 Comments »

  • Jeff on 500px said:

    I really like your work!

  • Kerri on Twitter said:

    Stunning!

  • Robert on 500px said:

    Beautiful details!

  • James on 500px said:

    Magic colours.

  • Wendy on G+ said:

    Beautiful!!

  • Magnus on 500px said:

    Excellent!

  • Helen Frost said:

    Wow – beautiful.

  • Margaret on G+ said:

    Lovely little spider. I love how he stands out against the lovely background. Great color in the flower too!

  • Ludo on Jungle Dragon said:

    Sublime, yet again. The colours alone are pastel-like, the crispy spider in the perfect spot. Some stems seem to echo, which makes them feel very mysterious to me, wow.

  • Diane said:

    Seeking early morning silence, flowers folded close, but stunning still. Tendrils reaching, a moment to be shared by flower and leggy friend. Sweet capture R.L.!

  • Rick said:

    Thanks Diane. Tiny but cool.

  • Marla on Facebook said:

    That is a tiny spider!

  • Kim on G+ said:

    Really beautiful! Isn’t it awesome to think what a “landscape” is to them?

  • Ellen on Jungle Dragon said:

    Magnificent colours.

  • Владимир on 500px said:

    Nice!

  • Christina on G+ said:

    Breathtaking!

  • Robin on G+ said:

    This is amazing!!

  • CJ on G+ said:

    Yes, it’s amazing how we can find all these gems of outstanding artists here in G+ and enjoy their work.

  • CJ on G+ said:

    I was just blown away by your work last night, magical is really what I can think of.

  • Marianne on G+ said:

    Love this!

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