Yesterday morning before it became too hot, we walked along the trail opposite the house.
We noted a few flowers that were still in bloom - some very tall like this yellow Wingstem flower (also known as Yellow Ironweed) and some rather more tiny..
This very bright blue flower is an Asiatic Dayflower - also known as Mouse Ears or Dew Herb. Both of the two common names seemed quite apt!
Dew was certainly present on this tiny flower, catching the sun.
Tiny drops of dew were also present elsewhere.. tiny threads of spider web between these berries supported miniature dew drops - also all over the leaves.
This seed head had a complex pattern of web over the top of it, picked out with dew drops..
In these larger webs, the architect of the design is present..
Such tiny details in a wooded landscape.