No, this is not a post about the bird called the Flycatcher. It's about a spider's web (don't worry, I'm not going to post any pictures of spiders!)...
Whilst we might consider this spider's web a thing of beauty because it poses no threat to us as humans, it is actually a deadly weapon artfully deployed with the intention of causing death for the spider's prey.
This particular web was photographed on my recently-pruned Minarette apple tree, high up in the flight path of plenty of flying insects, some unlucky ones of which you can see trapped in the "net".
The moisture in the air on a foggy morning makes the threads glisten like tiny pearls.
But this photo demonstrates unequivocally the deadly nature of the enterprise: