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Ambling along this damp morning, I was stunned to see two beautiful spiderwebs quivering between their anchor trees. This one looked like an extravagant theater curtain slowly being unfurled.

This arachnid architect is sure to catch breakfast, lunch, and dinner in its net. The water clinging to its many strands made this look like a glistening chandelier. But linger longer. The more you stare, the further in you go, its geometry pulling you to the center of the web and beyond.

This second web was above the first and to the left. Looking at it, I felt like I was being looked back at. Yet no one else was around save a distant Steller’s Jay and some Dark-Eyed Juncos.

Rotating the next photo, I realized that, yes, not only was I watching the forest, but the forest was watching me as well.


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Every year this giant spider greets travelers along Market Street in Kirkland…

…and this year some dedicated, mysterious people have been decorating the cow and coyote sculpture in downtown Kirkland for every holiday.

I don’t celebrate the devil and dead things part of Halloween, but I admire the creativity that the cow and coyote’s costumers have.

Stay safe out there tonight everybody!

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