Noticing the Background

When I took this photo, I was trying to get the wet spider's web in focus (while dodging the raindrops). I was pleased that it seemed to turn out well both in my viewfinder and on the camera's screen.

But when I got it home and loaded onto my computer, I saw the other spider web behind it, lower down, which was bigger and almost perfectly shaped (unlike the torn one that is the subject of this photo). I didn't see it at all when I was shooting, only after I got home.

No matter. But it reminds me that there is almost always more than meets the eye when I am looking at anything, be it a concrete "thing" or a more amorphous "situation." I have to broaden my scope if I really want to see what's out there.