Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
I think they're webs. Faeries would probably steer clear of them for fear of being devoured by a spider! But...maybe the faeries are friends with some of the spiders, so, on second thought, perhaps some of them are faery hammocks. Blessings, Victoria
Minus the spiders, they'd make great fairy hammocks!
Such wonderful constructions - they deserve listed building status.
A reminder not to mess with the occupants...
I'll show these photos to my granddaughter. She will love to see fairy hammocks; such a lovely concept.
wow...the black and white one looks pretty amazing....
Definitely fairy hammocks!There's magic in your garden, Vicki. xo
Fairy hammocks for sure : )
Fairy hammocks! Perfect!
I hve never seen spider webs like these. I think we have different spiders here in my country. In autumn we have a lot of beautiful webs, especially when dew drops create glistening jewels all over them..Have a great summer day, Vicki.
I have a vision of a poor fairy stuck in a sticky web, lured by the idea of a nap. My concept of spiders has been shaped by literature. First, there was Charlotte's Web - and who could not love a spider after that? But then there was Shelob's lair. I'm conflicted. ;-)
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