She's eating something! (probably a small fly that got trapped in her web)
Leucauge venusta are super common around suburban yards, but so beautiful they deserve a close look.
Green, yellow, black, orange, silver...
They are adapted to forest edges, a habitat that humans replicate throughout our parks, yards, and gardens.
They make wonderful neighbors, hanging around the edges of trees and shrubs, taking extra flying insects (there are always extras).