I have to admit that I have a fascination with spider webs, I can’t stand that they might be growing in a neglected corner of the basement, but out in the sunshine on a fence or in the garden and I want to snap a few photos. In fact my husband will tell you I can’t hardly walk by one without taking a few photos.
It doesn’t matter how imperfect the web is, it is still beautiful, especially when the sun is shining in from behind through the delicate lace pattern that has been created. I admire the hard work and tenacity of the spider, weaving back and forth in hopes that it comes together and dinner is waiting for him soon.
The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place: from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape from a spider’s web. Pablo Picasso
It is hard to walk past the beautiful spiderweb, when it is decorated so wonderfully with dew drops. It is the beginning of a new year, and a lot of people are setting goals for 2014, making plans, dreaming and looking for inspiration. Bill and I are making plans to walk the Via la Plata, another camino in Spain. This walk from Seville to Santiago de Compostela is just over 1000k, and is often called the Silver Route. As we plan our walk I wonder what inspiration I will find.