Here's the Uloborus stretched out, as is its wont, in the center of the web.
Here she is, stretched out (again) to the southwest with one egg case behind her:
So that was something new and different. There were plenty of familiar octopeds, too.
Here, it was a cool day, and this guy was sleeping under a buddleia leaf just off his web.
Look at the design on this spider's abdomen. It reminds me of a woven tapestry or rug:
Click to enlarge and check out the child-like flower image on this spider's abdomen, a brown flower with two leaves on a cream background: