Normally we are awed by spider webs, the seemingly careful and measured nets which spiders weave to catch their prey. This one’s pretty careful:
On a foggy morning about two weeks ago I hurried out to catch the landscape in fog – not taking a tripod for closer shots.
As I returned to the house I spotted some spider webs and was careful not to run into them while I tried carefully to shoot them, hand-held, without lens flare. However, the spiders didn’t seem to have been careful at all – throwing webs across pines, spruce and grass – perhaps in a last ditch effort to get food before frost and winter set in.
For more interpretations of “careful”, visit the WordPress Photo Challenge web page posted on Friday, October 23.
And if it’s foggy where you are, slow down and drive more carefully than usual.