It was a beautiful start to October, a little bit of chill in the early morning air and some dew on the grass. In the garden across the road there is an array of spider webs, which glisten in the dew. I haven’t dared to photograph them as I don’t want to disturb the neighbours and having me trample through their garden with my trusty camera might indeed be disturbing.
We spent some time at Heversham visiting family and came back through Dallam Park, it is beautiful at this time of year, with the trees turning and that warm soft afternoon sun. The Deer were quite low down and there were pheasants in abundance. I know that some people find them frustrating as they can damage garden beds, but I love to see them in all their splendour foraging in the shrubbery and grass for spiders and seeds.
Fall’s frail web of lace
Reminiscent of first frost
Pheasants chase spiders.
© Alison Jean Hankinson
Haibun for d’Verse.
The spider web image was available to use in the public domain from pixabay, the other photographs were taken yesterday driving through Dallam Park.