A spider web full of dawn dewdrops catches a multitude of visions projected by a nearby blanketflower (Gaillardia aristata), a wild and native member of the sunflower family.
Behind the lens.
I headed out to photograph the full moon and returned home with a spider web photo instead. You can read the back story here.
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Roughly 1,000 years ago, an unknown Hohokam Indian artist pecked this 18" wide spiral into a boulder. This site near Tucson preserves dozens of petroglyphs, giving it the modern name, "Signal Hill."