After walking in the woods on a typical summer day, I often find a few itchy bumps on my arms when I get home. Being in the park everyday, I recently somehow felt a reduction of mosquitoes buzzing. This morning I found an answer: many spiders have reported to work. Their construction was efficient like the work done by California engineers (I miss them so much!). Meanwhile the products had rich artistic components. Under the morning sun, the threads glowed in bright rainbow colors. In a gentle breeze, the patterns of color and shape changed. Webs with regular patterns vibrated in beautiful uniformity, like soldiers in a parade. The irregular-shapes performed like fireworks or meteor showers. One of the webs looked mandolin-like, sitting there and waiting for a musician.
I found a perfectly knitted spider web in a shaded corner of the woods, which looked like a clock. My camera could barely record its image. The owner of it patrolled in circle regularly, like the motion of hands on a clock.