Yes, spider's webs, of course:
photo by Andreas Eichler
but there are also caterpillar webs to spot if you look:
Eastern Tent caterpillars. Photo by J.R. Carmichael
and how about other sorts of webs, like these?
illustration by James Johonnot
photo by Thomas
or how about one of these? (the web is the space between the ribs):
photo of St Mary and All Saints, Fotheringhay, England, by HARTLEPOOLMARINA2014
In my neighbourhood when I was a kid almost every house had a copy of a book called The Endless Web, because nearly everyone worked at the paper factory and a big roll of paper for feeding into the machines was called a web.
The woven bit round the edge of a rug is called a web, too.
And if all else fails then how are you reading this? Via the World Wide Web, of course.
Well, that was easy, wasn't it.
Spot the Frippet: web This word was webb in Old English.