Monday, October 09, 2006

Frozen Spider Web Day

We started out today with a frozen fog blowing through. This tends to coat everything in ice. Grass, bushes, trees, all coated in ice.

But the most beautiful thing is when the spider webs are suddenly all made visible when they are coated in ice. Each delicate stand is suddenly dozens of times thicker than itself because it has been enveloped in a coat of ice.

Usually, this only happens once a year because the same frost that coats the webs also kills the spiders.

So much till next year.