There’s something magical about spider’s webs. The amount of work that goes into creating a web, and we so often don’t notice them. I especially like seeing spider’s webs when decorated by moisture from fog or frost.
I never did see the spider that made this web, and I never saw whether it caught anything.
And, then there’s fog. A fact of life in Canberra and in Adaminaby where I spend most of my time. I liked this low level incarnation, though.
Both of these photographs were taken at Goolabri, just ten minutes north of Canberra, in September 2006.