Do you like spider webs or not? I like, especially when the moist gets them visible. They are so well woven and usually they are all different from each other.
I woke up early in the morning. June night had been colder than the lake water and so there was fog above the water. I was so tired and wanted to stay at bed, BUT… I love misty mornings as you can read in my previous post Misty mornings in May. I woke up, took my camera and headed into the fields.
The fog was really heavy. Besides the fog there were a lot of mosquitos, spider webs, flowers and ticks (I found one tick attached to me, OUTCH).
Spiders are ready for a catch
When I was wondering around I saw this pretty big spider waiting for the catch in her web. I love nature and especially photographing it’s treasures, but I don’t know the name of the spider or even want to guess it, sorry. If you know what it is, I am happy to hear it 🙂
Here is another spider hiding behind the hay stalk. It is ready to attack the pray!
Flowers attached to the spiders webs
Spider webs were everywhere. Mainly they were found on the hay stalk but also on flowers. Here are two flowers attached to the spider webs.
Next week June ends and we are middle of the summer. I have enjoyed this summer a lot as I have isolated myself form Corona virus into Lohja. The nature is so beautiful and unique here. I have followed the change of seasons from spring into the summer and you can find some moments in my blog.
Thank you for reading my blog, I hope you liked my post of spider webs.
Have a great time and take care of yourself!
Minna from Finland 😊