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Don’t mention webs! I’ve just been clambering around banishing them from bedroom corners. 😦 On with the jolly old DIY. Happy Easter, lovely! 🙂 🙂
Well done that woman on the cleaning front. Happy DIY and Happy Easter both 🙂
Nothing like a bit of sunshine to show up those cobwebs! I have a most wonderful cobweb sweeper (looks like a toilet brush on steroids) very useful for reaching those hard to reach places 😀 You can borrow it if you like…
That would be handy. I’ve balanced in some very precarious positions. 🙂
You know, I can just picture that!
We had very high ceilings in Ludlow (and here in places) and lots of cobwebs, so this brush was a godsend. No tricky balancing on steps as it is extending too.
I definitely need it!
Bought from the hardware shop in Ludlow.
Of course it was. Must hie me there asap 🙂
A loo brush on steroids? Pur leeeze….
It’s not really a loo brush, just the same design… heehee
And me after! I only have a silly thing with ostrich feathers. It might catch the webs, but then the place is covered in feather bits. Duh!
Nice capture of the web! Are there dew drops on the threads?
Dewdrops there are, Peter 🙂
Oh, love it! My kind of image, Tish! Happy Easter!
Yippee! Happy Easter to you too, Sue 🙂
Lovely capture that shows the abstraction and symmetry of nature.
Very nicely put, Sally. Thank you 🙂
Thank you, Linda.
There’s a lot of work gone on there!
Thank you, Kendall.
Nice image Tish, love the lighting.
Many thanks. Tish without an ‘r’ though 🙂
Oops my bad 😯
That’s all right. It happens often 🙂 🙂
Lovely shot; and a very clever response to the challenge.
Was having an tangential moment. Thanks, Su.
Fabulous lighting Tish. Some hard work to create all of that intricate webbing. Happy weekend to you.
Happy weekend to you too, Sue. These intricate webs are amazing aren’t they, and mostly go unnoticed on the ground – unless of course the sun gets hold of them 🙂
What glorious, glowing colours, the essence of autumn. Actually I leave my cobwebs alone I like them to catch and eat the midges and mosquitoes (Oops…actually it is the spiders in the webs that eat things)….
Not sure why I picked an autumn shot – though that season is of course arriving in your neck of the woods, and also it’s now so cold, wet and gloomy here you’d think it was November.
I always look forward to autumn over here.
Thank you, Jennie
You’re welcome. Tish.