I first saw the Spider webs in the middle of the day and realised that the best time for a photograph would be early in the morning. I returned the next day just as the sun was rising. Luckily, there was no wind and the webs, constructed like inverted umbrellas, were dew-soaked and sparkling, as I’d hoped.
Myall Lakes National Park, New South Wales
Canon 5D digital SLR, 35mm, 0.3 sec, f16, ISO 100, tripodby Ian Brown, New South Wales