|Copyright: Slawomir Kobojek (skobek)
|Date Taken: 2010-09-20|
|Camera: Canon PowerShot S5 IS|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2012-01-08 6:00|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Biała Góra near Warka at Pilica river. |
European garden spider - Araneus diadematus (cross spider) is a very common and well-known orb-weaver spider in Europe and parts of North America, in a range extending from New England and the Southeast to California and the northwestern United States and adjacent parts of southern Canada.Adult females range in length from 6.5 to 20 mm, while males range from 5.5 to 13 mm.The third pair of legs of garden spiders are specialized for assisting in the spinning of orb webs. These spiders also use them to move around on their web without getting stuck.
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This is a lovely image that has lots of impact on the eye. Details of the lovely patterns and markings on the spider's body is seen with great clarity, just as the web threads, that is so beautifully shown in the golden sunlight. I like the point of view and the almost full framed composition. Thanks for sharing. Best regards.
- [2012-01-08 6:29]
Bardzo dobre i ladne zdjecie tego pajaka krzyzaka i jego pajeczyny.To jest dosyc pospolity pajak ktorego spotykam na moich fotograficznych wedrowkach.Doskonala ostrosc i subtelne oswietlenie.Pozdrawiam i zycze milej niedzieli Siggi
- [2012-01-08 6:53]
it is a great capture with balance of light.
one day i walked around 6km to find spider and surround my area.after the TSUNAMII-2004 MOST OF INSECT WIPED OFF HERE.
thanks for share a lovely capture.
swietna ostrosc dokladnie na tym pajaku. Dzieki temu mozna zobaczyc bardzo wiele szczegolow. Ladne kolory. Swietne swiatlo.
Udanej reszty niedzieli :)
If i ever ran into this web..i would become an instant KungFu Fighter! :0) this in an incredible macro, great detail and should be in an insect book somewhere. Children/Adults would love to see this guy so close and not a threat..hehe
grand capture with optimum sharpness.