I've walked into a few of these since we've been here: usually first thing, when they're stretched across the porchway.
Next morning the web is back.
Catching the early sunlight, they look like mini weaved works of art; incredibly intricate and beautifully constructed, with equal spacing between the spirals and radials spanning out from the centre. Spiders use their body as a measuring tape, to keep the gaps even when they're weaving webs.
A newly spun one is so delicate and so deadly: a perfect prey catcher. You can't see the owner of this web, but I'm sure he's not too far away....
This week's Gallery theme is delicate.