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Photography Insects posted on Sep 05, 2007
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I was looking for my verse protection and counld not find it. i gess I go to the site and download it again. I paided for it. As I was looking I did see I have saves halve the files for Aug.07 so I do have my book cover and halve the photos I took plus some of my brcye files which i am happy about. I sorry I way behind on comments. I on dial up on a computor that is in the history books. I do have my new laptop but I tried to connet it last night but I did not get it to work I did go to a coffee house to get on high speed but I did not know how lol I think I know how but I can not go to a cofee house now lol. I caught up as soon as I can. hope you all understand. Plus my house is a mess. Hzave not clean up in 3 months. I need to do that. I working at night now lol

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Janiss

11:48AM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Such marvelous idea... excelent Jock! This dyptic is just perfect... I adore!

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jocko500

11:50AM | Wed, 05 September 2007

oh these is webs on the tree back I never seen been fore. if I saw them I pay no mind to them. I thought it look weird. The bottom image is a mirco of the web

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myquad

11:56AM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Fantastic POV and quite interesting. Great capture, Jock!!

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Zorg1955

11:56AM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Incredible Jock ! Firstly I thought it was a blurred effect ! Hope you'll get the high speed connection soon my friend :-)))

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Hendesse

11:59AM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Excellent shots, very interesting. Fantastic POV on the first and great details on the second photo!

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angelbearzs

12:01PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

that so nice image and i love it!!!:)

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carlx

12:11PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Superb and very interestig images, Jock!!! Wonderful texture and details!!!

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lior

12:24PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Excellent capture,wonderful details and texture:superb!

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JeffG7BRJ

12:25PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Great capture, fantastic detail and texture on the second one. Bravo!!!!!

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NekhbetSun

12:55PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

What a shot...kinda creepy but very cool !!!!

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RodolfoCiminelli

1:19PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Wonderful textures and beuatiful colors my friend....!!! Fantastic duet.....!!!!

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Star4mation

1:28PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Super photos Jock :) Wonder what made the web?

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elmurray

1:34PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Such lovely colours and textures. Two great shots, Jock!

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wawadave

1:44PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

not seen tent caterpillars cover a trunk before!! sad that you lost all those wonderful photos.

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mcv

1:49PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Nice capture of spiders at work, hopefully they will save the tree from "bug attack death"!! OFF Topic Alert. . . There are a few fine, free for home use virus checkers Jocko. AVG and Avast come to mind. Avast works great, only requires a free email registration ever 14 monthes, and is very light on computer load. No Virus checker catches everything, so adding an ondemand one for suspecious files, like free ClamWin AV is a good idea. It is not recommended to run multiple "on access" virus checkers, they get in each others way and slow thinsg down too much. ZoneAlarm and other free for home use firewalls add anoher needed level of protection. Home owners do not need the "Pro" features, free is fine. On stronger faster systems, the slowdown from Spybot search and distroy's free real time registry watcher, TeaTimer, is worth it for the protection it adds. I recommend all home users install and use peerguardian2, it is free and made for P2P protection. I do not recommend home users use any P2P (peer to peer sharing tools like Emule, Limewire, Kazaa, etc.) as they are dangerous, but peerguardian can still increase security everyone's computer greatly. One time program's that can help computer security include SafeXP, SpywareBlaster, SecureIT, and HardenIT. The last two can be difficult to use, but all of these are run once and get more secure, they do not need to run all the time. One should update SpywareBlaster once in a while. A host file with many bad sites blocked via being set to your local 127.0.0.1 loopback address can also helps security. The MVPS HOSTS file from www.mvps.org is one of the best and is free. Download SpyBot Search and Distroy and AdAware free to allow malware scans and repairs at no charge. Also get HijackThis, but be very careful using it, best to get expert advise 1st. Lastly use Firefox with the extensions NoScript, AdBlockplus, and Adblock FilfersetG updater for all web access. End Offtopic . . .

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CarolSassy

2:28PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Icky spiders! I hope they aren't poisonous! Be careful of them Jock! Great captures though! Thanks for the peek. I now have something else to be thankful for=no tree spiders! lol q-:

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Svarg

2:47PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

I believe these webs are from worms, not spiders. But I could be wrong. Cool shot anyway!

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MagikUnicorn

2:58PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Marvelous shot Jock!

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soffy

4:14PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Beautiful shots,love the textures,excellent**

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claude19

4:22PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Great shots ! Very impressive !!!

MrsLubner

4:35PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

This is another amazing web. Richard had those shots of the one in Texas and now you post this one. Wow, My butt would be pretty sore if I was building this big old web! Great shot.

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Ionel

4:40PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Interesting and excellent capture, Jock!

Angelsinger

5:02PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Dazzling capture, Jocko! Excellent point of view in the first shot, and lovely close up in the 2nd! Gorgeous!

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LudyMelltSekher

5:54PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

{@}>---Hello my dear friend, Beautiful Photography. Excellent!! Congratulations!! and...A million stars from me!!!**** Hug and kiss in Your heart and happy day Luminous blesing. Ludy<---<---@

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Littlejock

6:16PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Great compo and combination. I love the details

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Richardphotos

6:16PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

very strange web and excellent captures Jock.maybe your wife will be able to return soon

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babuci

6:22PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Not just fascinating web on these tres, but cool looking moss as well. Great find Jock.

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goodoleboy

6:39PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Great lighting effects and textures depicted of the bark and the spider web in this very clear shot, Jock! And I haven't cleaned my place for over four months. Too much time on the computer, I guess.

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annie5

6:47PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

Interesting shots..love the texture on the second! Awesome :)

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jif3d

8:02PM | Wed, 05 September 2007

The web seems to go all the way to the top of the tree ! It looks very fine meshed web, can't sat I have ever seen one like this, fine captures Jock, I really like the comparison, well done ! ~Cheers~ :o)

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