Early Morning Jewels

Yesterday morning I awoke to a very dense fog.  Yes, I know, my mind is usually in a fog, but this was real, dense, cut-it-with-a-knife fog.  Then as the sun began to shine through I could see the jewels that it was leaving behind.  So, with coffee in one hand and the camera in the other Tully and I went out to snap some photos. 

Mind you, I am like Little Miss Muffett when it comes to spiders, but I must say they can make the most beautiful and complicated masterpieces, especially when ladden with drops of water.  We have a couple of Blue Spruce trees next to our driveway and the smaller of the two was covered with these jewels.  DSC02524

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My Fourth of July rose at the end of the driveway was bejeweled with moisture from the fog also.

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As we made our way through the wet grass we found a few other sparkling treasures.  Hope you enjoy them as much as we did.

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This is my partner in crime or whatever else that I may be doing throughout the day.  This is Tully (Irish-meaning “Ruler of the People”).  He has a few drops of water accumulated on him and I’m sure that he contributed his share of “droplets” while we were enjoying the ‘jewels of the morning’.  DSC02518

Have a great day – I’m going to the chicken coop.

Sharon – TheEggGather

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3 Responses to “Early Morning Jewels”

  1. I hate spiders, but just have to run out and take photos of the webs, aren’t they fascinating? Super photos on your blog.

  2. They are so beautiful. I tried take photos of spider webs, but none are so specitacular as your. yours are really jewels.

  3. I love your early morning jewels!! The photos are beautiful! We rarely get that much moisture this time of year. My fav is the one above Tully…really cool!

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