Monday, September 28, 2009

Happy Monday!





I am posting a couple of things this morning. One is a spider web that I thought was beautiful. I don't know what kind of spider this belongs to but I loved the lacey look.
The 2nd pic is yet another journal page. I think I am just about out of journal pages now so I guess it's time to get to work.
Here's hoping you all have a wonderful, productive week!

16 comments:

GAIL said...

Happy Monday to you too, sister. I don't think you want to see the spider that spun a web that size!

Pretty Things said...

Love!

Mar said...

i like webs! just not their designers...
great pages

Lisa said...

hi Diane, another uplifting journal page! I am looking forward to seeing what you create when you get back to your art.. you might be wondering the same thing. Lovely photo of the spider web... the light was just right to capture such an amazing image...what a labor of life it is...take care. i hope you make art soon.

gaby braun said...

Hi Diane
I'm happy you are back. I'm very sorry for your lost. It must be very hard, after so many years together.
Yur kittens are so cute, love them.
Art is a good way to make the life a little bit better.

Tweedles -- that's me... said...

Oh Diane!
Oh that looks sooo huge! and scarry.
I could get caught in that web! I did get caught in one a few weeks ago. I got stuck in it for I think many hours! I pulled and pulled and finally I got away.
My own thinking is that I do not want to see Charlottes handiwork! Nope.
However, my mama thinks spiders and their webs are interesting.
No- I don't want to get caught in that web!
Bee's careful Diane!
love
tweedles

Jenxo said...

we have golden orbs that spin the hugest webs..... love your page too....have a good week Diane xxxjen

Elaine Elwick Barr said...

mother nature is a crafter!

:)

Melissa and Emmitt said...

hi diane!

oh they are both beautiful works of art! thank you so much for sharing them!

i agree with gail and i am so glad the owner of the web was not home at the time. :) heee!

Sharon said...

WOW Diane,
You caught such a lovely view of that spider web.

I also really like your journal pages, so different from your other work. (which I also love!)

Diana Evans said...

great to see you blogging again!!! wonderful work and that is a cool shot of a spider web...Cole is fascinated by the webs!!!

Hugs
Diana

Marilyn said...

Very beautiful. Isn't nature grand?

marianne said...

hi diane- love the spider web and the journal page. there's a little something on m,y blog to welcome you back...

The Green Youth Project said...

That is one cool spider web! Thanks for sharing.

Karan

The Green Youth Project said...

That is one cool spiderweb... Thanks fr sharing. Normally they creep me out, but this one is really beautiful.

Karan

gaby braun said...

Hi Diane!
I miss you. I hope it's all ok with you. I've put a photo of your kittens as a wallpaper on my computer, so I think of you everyday.