These unusual nooks and crannies…


As much as I love Nature, I am wary of going too close into the nooks and crannies, if you will, of the plants and trees. I am not most comfortable at the thought of insects and the like. But one morning of last week, I was prodded by my visiting mother to check out this latticework in one such spot in the grass and close to the plants roots, in the dark and the deep. It was magical how the dew drops settled on the fragile spiderweb: this striking show tucked away from the world.

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Dew drops (or was it raindrops?) settled on a spiderweb in some tiny corner of my garden. Monochrome # 48

Unusual

17 thoughts on “These unusual nooks and crannies…

  1. It’s amazing what you can find when you look close enough. I’m not a massive fan of creepy-crawlies myself but plants can be especially beautiful when you examine the way in which their roots and branches can create such amazing artwork.

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