Careful where you go!

The other morning, I had to be very careful which path I took in the garden as they were festooned with cobwebs. It was a bit foggy and the moisture had settled on the webs, looking like diamonds catching the light as the sun tried to break through.


Weeds have their uses!






It makes me wonder how many webs I inadvertently break through while walking through the garden. They are invisible without moisture clinging to them. Today it is raining hard so I think a few webs might have vanished due to excess moisture!


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19 Responses to Careful where you go!

  1. Denise Strom says:

    Beautiful photos!

  2. Rosemarie Eccleston says:

    What an original idea Pauline. They’re beautiful ! x

  3. Peter/Outlaw says:

    How I love this time of year when the spider webs appear like jewelry worn by our plants! Their sheer number is always a shock. Beautiful images!

    • Pauline says:

      You’re right Peter, there are so many of them, it’s a wonder that we can’t see them normally! I think each season brings us something to look forward to.

  4. Alison says:

    So pretty, and you managed to capture them well. This time of year I walk into then all the time. I always fear I’m going to come into the house wearing spiders like some freaky witch.

    • Pauline says:

      Alison ,I couldn’t help but laugh at the thought of you covered in spiders with their webs!I think they must be there all through the year, but I just don’t notice them.

  5. debsgarden says:

    It is “spider season” here, too. I am amazed what works of art these tiny creatures make. Your photos are lovely!

  6. Diana Studer says:

    the last image is pure magic!

  7. Cathy says:

    Lovely photos! They look so pretty with raindrops and moisture on them – glad to see it isn’t frosty yet though! We get lots of webs everywhere here too – in autumn especially.

  8. Christina says:

    Lovely shots; I wonder how many spider’s webs there are in summer when we don’t see them. They are an amazing sight in the autumn mornings; I couldn’t see any actual spiders in your images, perhaps they don’t like the cold mornings!

    • Pauline says:

      I assume there will be just as many webs through the year, it’s just that we don’t see them. I think the spiders were still in bed as I took the photos even before I had breakfast!

  9. snowbird says:

    What an astonishing array of stunning webs, beautiful, absolutely beautiful!xxx

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