Spider Optics II (Spring trees ). Photo by Doesiedoats
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Spider Optics II

Uploaded by: Doesiedoats

Saturday May 11, 2013

Williams, OR (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Back lighted by the rising sun, these strands became hundreds of rainbows hanging from a Black Oak tree. They were also in motion from the slight breeze blowing. I shot this 1/3 underexposed to capture the full effect of color. This may be a slightly better image.

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2. Doesiedoats
1:19 AM GMT on May 12, 2013
Thanks, Eileen.

I thought the strands were just a little
clearer...less breeze...or at least so I
hoped.
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1. YouKnowWho
12:41 AM GMT on May 12, 2013
This one's just as wonderful as the other one, IMHO!
A really unique and colorful capture!
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Doesiedoats

I’m a native Oregonian, born in Tillamook and reared in the greater Portland area. After working in the Bay Area in the semi-conductor industry as a Human Resources Representative, my husband and I retired in 1999, returned to Southern Oregon and settled in the Williams area. Photography interests started early on with a Kodak Box camera and later a Kodak 616 given to me by my father, a semi-professional photographer. After many years of film cameras, the advent of digital photography has expanded my interest in the hobby. My camera is the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ100. The Pacifica Gardens property has become the preferred subject of my photography because of its natural beauty. I have captured all four seasons over the past twelve years. I’m pleased to be able to share some of those photos with my WU friends. Please visit my web site via the link below.************************************************

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