"On this morning, heavy fog covered the park and I noticed flashes of light on the hills. As I got closer I realized that the flashes were actually dewy spiderwebs catching the early light and I was lucky enough to get a quick photo before the sun burned through the fog."
10% of the artist's commission from the sale of this photo will be donated directly to Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Morning dew droplets accentuate the fine lines and intricate details of a spider web in this photograph taken by Fargo ND photographer Caroline Klinkmueller at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the western part of North Dakota.
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- White Foamcore (3/16" thick): White paper face with foam core for a vibrant depiction of color
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