Due praise

I have a weakness for the beauty of spider webs, especially with early morning dew or mist effects, like this perfect arrangement of diamonds and its central pearl.

Sometimes the web is almost non-existent, as here, but the dewdrops clinging to the stem of this vine were themselves a linear marvel.

And sometimes it is all about the web, preferably backlit, where the complex construction that has taken place overnight is shown to full advantage, to receive due praise from me.

3 thoughts on “Due praise”

  1. Dew respect. When describing the 1st tree on the moon using the classification system of the emoji herbarium, the standard cedar looking-thing at least represents membership of the browse line disorder. It was wearing a hat with shipping container sized objects dangling from the hosiery; floating ones assumed to be antennae

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