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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

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Raindrops in the cobweb
each fostering
a tiny sun




A. Kudryavitsky

7 comments:

Magyar said...

___Many of us suffer that -draw- to the cobweb, this mysterious crochet... this catcher of many things; dew, to dust. They are 'Dream Catchers' as some native Americans have so correctly titled them.
_m

robert said...

Being build ever night anew,
Life - never in vain.

Linnea W said...

How true: a beautiful web of sunlight!

M.Kate said...

I have tried many times to take a picture of this..always unsuccesful. this picture reminds me of how fragile his life is..or ours for the matter. hugs/M

nile life said...

we do not have such nice webs in Egypt the ones we have are like a mass of cotton.

Cezar and Léia said...

This picture is outstanding!
"The heart needs to understand the paths that weave paths, many turns, but always reach our goal if we are positive!"
Léia :)

JM said...

Very well composed shot!

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