Usually, I'm grumbling at spider webs because it seems like a majority of them are hard to see, face level, and in front of the trail I'm traipsing on. But, the symmetry of the spider web impressed me. Then I noticed the other ones and realized that not every web fits every situation.
The little crab spider doesn't make a web, but hides.
It’s up to us to find the environment that fits.
Instructions can keep a person from getting hurt. The caution sign above didn't keep me from getting a tiny bump because the opening was truly low and I didn't kneel quite enough.
Following the sign instructing me not to climb on rocks was easy.
Following the instructions not to climb on the stagecoach was a little more difficult.
The photos were taken from my visit to the National Cowboy and Western History Museum in Oklahoma.
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