It’s a bit the same with photos. It’s hard to know where the photo opportunities will be, until they happen. While in North Queensland last weekend we went to see the Burdekin River in almost flood.
‘Mind the spiders’ was the only advice we were given as we set out to make our way along the narrow walkway set lower than the bridge. Not ‘It’s a narrow bridge and the cars might dislocate your shoulder’, or ‘the bridge wobbles A LOT’. Both would have been relevant.
The spider warning was a good one though. There are sooo many spiders and webs there. With the wind and the wobbling, it must be tough to work out when anything lands in the web, but apparently it’s worth it. Cane beetles abound (afly) at this time of year and we saw many a spider feasting.