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Discussion in 'Nature' started by uci2ci, Aug 20, 2012.
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Fantastic shot! Is it stacked?
I do not see the food either?
No, no stacking here. I've never done that before. Im going to have to try it soon though!
This spider has been nesting near my house under a light post for a while now. It keeps getting bigger and bigger. It could probably eat a small bird in a few months
The food (or at least I think its food ) is that black blob near its mandibles....probably the gelatinous remains of another insect
Oh, I see. Maybe something for this thread then?
Thanks for sharing this great shot! I wish my macros could come out like this.
Nice! How did you light this?
Its under a lamp post. I also shined it with my cellphone from a distance...kind of getting two tones of light as you can noticed. Not ideal, but I had to make it work :/
Whoa! This just jumps out at you. I like it a lot.
Great shot, Sam!
I love the clarity around his small eyes... somehow makes him look bigger than real life (I hope), like he could eat a Volkswagen.
nice shot ... and looks really scary!
would have loved the front legs to be in sharp as well, though. other than that nitpick, it looks great.
I really hope it does not jump right out at you Bob! You'd most likely be terrified! It looks like a mean little spider(?)
Excellent detail and very good DOF.
Excellent image. I like that lens I have it in a Konica mount.
Good job with the lighting. I wonder what its food was. Here's one of mine: "365" height="500" alt="organic pest control"></a>[/IMG]