I awakened this morning to thick fog: our windows all looked as if they were covered in rice paper. As the sun came up, it not only began to clear a little, but the light was such that I noticed the railings of our deck all had a latticework of tiny webs. When I took Buddy out for his morning walk, it became apparent that there were silky threads everywhere. This led me to wonder whether or not they are always present, and we simply don’t notice them. Fascinating!
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