43 thoughts on “Caught In A Web ~ Autumn Sunrise

  1. Don’t mention webs! I’ve just been clambering around banishing them from bedroom corners. 😦 On with the jolly old DIY. Happy Easter, lovely! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    1. Nothing like a bit of sunshine to show up those cobwebs! I have a most wonderful cobweb sweeper (looks like a toilet brush on steroids) very useful for reaching those hard to reach places πŸ˜€ You can borrow it if you like…

      1. We had very high ceilings in Ludlow (and here in places) and lots of cobwebs, so this brush was a godsend. No tricky balancing on steps as it is extending too.

    1. Happy weekend to you too, Sue. These intricate webs are amazing aren’t they, and mostly go unnoticed on the ground – unless of course the sun gets hold of them πŸ™‚

  2. What glorious, glowing colours, the essence of autumn. Actually I leave my cobwebs alone I like them to catch and eat the midges and mosquitoes (Oops…actually it is the spiders in the webs that eat things)….

    1. Not sure why I picked an autumn shot – though that season is of course arriving in your neck of the woods, and also it’s now so cold, wet and gloomy here you’d think it was November.

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