A quiet misty corner of Carmarthenshire . . .
Autumn has really arrived here, and it was cool and misty first thing - humidity apparently 97% here yesterday with the fog, but down to 42% today, according to Google weather. I walked down the hill to forward two bits of mail on to my girls, and of course, took the camera with me to get some pics for my blog. I startled this heron from the other side of the bridge, but didn't notice him until he flapped upstream. The heron is the blob just above the river that looks about the size of a white budgie . . .
There were webs everywhere, taking advantage of every bit of stem, leaf and twig.
A totally different sort of web, virtually suspended from the leaves and twigs above, and some of them had little babyish ("yearlings" if they were horses!) spiderlings sitting hopefully underneath!
Another little spiderling palace amongst the hazel twigs . . .
The struts of our bridge were just one mass of cobwebs, and I couldn't resist a few cobwebby views up and downstream.
It was still quite misty then, but has lifted now but it's still a dull grey day.
As you'll see, another version of this autumnal scene is now my seasonal blog heading.