16 thoughts on “Dew Webs

      1. Debra Farmer Post author

        The grandkids are wonderful. Grandson is a senior! I don’t know when that happened, it went so fast. Granddaughter is 6th grade. I went down for the first day of school. Fun.
        Wylie is adorable, doing good. Never knew a little pup could have such an impact on my life 🐾❤️

        I just wished we would of know how close you were to me.


      2. Jessica

        A senior???? Oh my!!! You sound good, I’m so glad. Seems like we’ve lost track of each other some. ❤️❤️❤️ I wish I’d have know I was 3 miles from you!


  1. shoreacres

    Clearly, you’ve been having some cooler weather. I saw some ground fog this weekend, but we’re still entirely too warm for images like these to appear. That zig-zag pattern on the web in your third photo is called a stabilimentum. It’s made by the big garden spider. Apparently the spider scientists aren’t quite sure what it’s purpose is; some of them think it’s just decoration! There are different kinds for different species. I sometimes see little round ones, about an inch across. If you come across one of those, look underneath it. The spider that makes it often hangs out there, suggesting that those are used as camouflage.


    1. Debra Farmer Post author

      Thanks for the information on the webs. That web was my favorite one! I’ll look for the small webs. It was amazing how many webs that I could see that morning. The next morning it was dry and I didn’t see any.



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