Nice work by this young spider; probably Neoscona oxacensis, the common orb weaver. Notice how fine and close together the strands of silk are: this web was about 18" in diameter.
On the other hand, this other spider's lair isn't so pretty at least by our standards: No geometry, no gossamer sheet wafting in the slightest breeze. Just a down and dirty trap all stuck together with dead rose leaves and withered petals, prey carcasses, old wadded up silk, all providing a hideout for its occupant . . . whose name I do not know.