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Discussion in 'Nature' started by ChangshaNotes, Aug 22, 2013.
This guy may have been dead. I didn't stick around long enough to find out.
Dead or not dead, nice photo
Nice macro. That would freak me out also.
Excellent shot Colin!!! Great detail
Woof! No, Woof, Woof!!
Wow. Amazing shot!
Spiders don't scare me. But I also live in an area where we don't really have any poisonous/deadly ones. I bet I would be scared really quick happening upon one that was! I lived in San Antonio, TX for one year and I can't even think about scorpions or cockroaches (water bugs) without shuddering with fear.
Great shot! One way to make sure they're dead is to apply some "flat" to them. Several times if required.
Pretty darn good....I'll stick to the street but you have all the fun you care for...
Your efforts are appreciated.....
Found another thing that scares me a little. Well, it's more hate. The dog likes them, nice crunchy treat as far as he's concerned.
The flat below mine has been empty all summer and this week it's being cleaned for a new tenant. The last tenant left it in a really bad state. Unfortunately that means all the critters that have been sheltering there have been displaced and are looking for new homes.
Rather see the spider than this thing any day.
You haven't met my Jan then
Fine close up shots with good fine details showing. Very nicely taken.
All the best and good work in these.
Hi which lens did you use for both shots ? thanks in advance
Excellent shots! I hate spiders yet I love seeing them in pics!
By hate I mean they scared me like nothing else
I cant wait to get my flash tomorrow to try Macro...not as easy as I thought but some awesome examples here.
Cuddly little creatures isn’t it! Beautiful detail!
I used a SMC Takumar 105mm ƒ2.8 with a couple of extension rings.
Cute little guys. Nice pics.