Wet Spider Webs

 

They are one of my favourite nature art forms. 

Soaked in the autumn rain, their breathtaking beauty always reminds me that nature is the greatest artist.

 

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The autumnal raindrops caught in the webs sparkle like small jewels in sunshine.

But even on a grey day, without much sunlight they are a beautiful sight.

 

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These pictures were taken on a grey, cloudy day.

 

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2 Responses to Wet Spider Webs

  1. Oh Aditix…what a thing of beauty these diamond studded web!!! So delicate and fragile, yet surprisingly resilient too! I was just studying these spider webs with my son one evening in a light rain and we were both mesmerised by their beauty under the street lights. But yours are really huge! Beautiful. Sharon

  2. Aditix says:

    They must have looked magical under the street lights. Yes, these here were indeed huge and quite a sight too. Thank you for visiting Sharon, you always make me purr like a cat with your sweet comments 🙂
    Have a great weekend.

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