By chance, I took this at a garden last December. Initially mimicking a friend who was shooting her camera pertinaciously at a bush, under a willowy shrub with erratic patterns of light, it took me about a minute or two to observe this fragile gossamer. I wowed and soon followed suit with ridiculous shutterbug consistency. I scrolled through my gallery not too long ago and found this little anecdotal treasure, which reminds of this quote i really love, "The universe is a continuous web. Touch it at any point and the whole web quivers." When things get sticky, nasty and leaves me with a desolate state of mind, I visualize this form of interconnectedness, and a certain hope is draped over my cobweb of fears. That our struggles are not solitary, mistakes are refining pursuits, how our unevenness help us identify ourselves in equal measures, like dewdrops that luster when you see it in a different light.