Thursday, September 29, 2011
Nature at work
We have featured humans (Marcia and Bill) in recent blogs working hard on seasonal chores. Inspector Suki, of course, has lent her considerable efforts to those endeavors.
We turn now to the wonders of Mother Nature with the gossamer-like silk of a garden spider -- sparkling in the late afternoon sun as a first example.
Once again perfect conditions of the setting sun in the Western sky creates the double rainbow in the rain drops of an autumn shower. The prism effect clearly delineated the color spectrum in both of these pictures.
The images were captured on our iphone. These cameras are a technological wonder and a sign of the future in human communication. We are all reporters and chroniclers of an immediate present.