On The Rails

Cee Neuner (what would we ever do without her?) has started a new weekly challenge: Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge – hereinafter referred to as CMMC.

For the first topic she has challenged us to post an image that contains an item in one of her own photographs. The one she chose featured a fence, which gives me an opportunity to post this photograph of a spider’s web spun between two railings of a fence by the river Vienne in Chabanais.

CMMC 18 November 2020

 

 

 

 

Wisteria Web

This plucky little spider has spun the complex pattern of its web in the curl of a new shoot of wisteria.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Patterns in Nature

Mundane? Webs

A sure sign that a building is unoccupied is to look for spiders’ webs. It doesn’t take long for the spiders to reclaim their territory, as in this window in the medieval back streets of Confolens. To judge from the old stickers, this particular place was last owned or run by a motor mechanic (although obviously not a medieval one).

webs

Mundane Mondays