One misty, moisty morning…
……when I drew the curtains back and saw mist covering the garden, I knew it would be a good day for photographing the spider’s webs in the garden.
Spider’s web in the central bed by the dead oak.
Another web by the dead oak.
In the rose garden at the front.
Phormium providing support for this web.
Tree Heath providing support for lots of webs.
I don’t think this one is quite finished
Cotinus, the Purple Smoke Bush supporting a web.
It’s very faint, but can you see it against the Ophiopogon?
Maybe this photo shows it better, it was difficult to avoid spoiling it, but I managed.
This Acanthus mollis is slowly being wrapped up.
Large spider waiting for some prey in the bee and butterfly border in the front garden.
Just an hour after I had taken these photos, the sun broke through, the mist vanished and all the webs disappeared, the magical moment was over for another day.
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