September 19, 2013
There seems to come one day each autumn when we wake to the world covered in ethereal spider webs. What seasonal signal prompts this over-night industry? Or are the webs always there, waiting to be made visible by the touch of dew? I can’t believe I would be blind to so many webs on an ordinary day. Surely these dangling webs are the result of a rare web-making frenzy?
All of these webs were photographed on a single morning just a few feet from my front door in our yard and garden.