I am a sucker for miniatures, natural or man-made. Having taken many photos of large and impressive webworks, presumably by large spiders, I was charmed to come across these creations by smaller artists.
Jewelled perfection slung between two twigs, yet smaller than my thumb. Awe-inspiring.
I walked about the garden seeking more treasures, and on a birch tree I found a tiny horizontal arrangement, a diamond net to catch a cloud-drop.
Such beauties are why I love living close to nature. They keep me sane, in a wider world that does not value these intricate riches as I do. After all, there is no export ‘demand’ for ephemeral diamonds.