“Our task must be to free ourselves… by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and it’s beauty.”
― Albert Einstein
I became entangled with this web yesterday as I made a second visit to the abandoned polder town of Doel, of which more later…
NaBloPoMo 12 of 30 – photography101:8
24 thoughts on “photography101: the natural world”
Interesting picture. Nicely done.
Thank you, I was taking shots of urban decay and graffiti and this web caught my eye…
beautiful interpretation !!
Thank you, nature hangs in there whatever the circumstances…
agreed ! 🙂
Very well interpreted! and a great photograph!
You’ve captured the textures beautifully. I’m glad the spider wasn’t in the picture though – so many creepy pictures of spiders about lately…eewww…!!
Thank you! In this case I think the spider had moved on… 🙂
Loved all. The composition, B&W and Einstein, as food for thoughts. Chapeau.
PS. Never thought Belgium could be beautiful…just kidding. It’s a beautiful land.
Thank you, my view of Belgium is evolving 😉
As much as I don’t like spiders, I find their webs are quite fascinating … especially when one is captured in the light of a window frame 🙂
I have a few spider shots maybe I will include in a future post 😉
I can hardly wait 😉
Great job! This photograph is impressive.
Thank you, glad you like it 🙂
Very impressive and different! totally inspired!
Here’s my response to the prompt : http://happinessandfood.wordpress.com/2014/11/12/its-natural-its-human/
Wow, thank you!
I love how the web seems to draw you into the room behind, what lies beyond? Like a bit of urban decay 🙂
Thank you…there is plenty of urban decay in Doel sadly 😦
Great photo gritty textures and shades x
Thank you…It is a gritty and sad place..