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|Hi Every one. This post is for Angy (angybone). For those of you that are familiar with some her postings. No this is not a beautiful Butterfly and its not one of her wonderful Birds. But in the past Angy has posted some Spiders (Carla) and (Charlotte).This is a first for me in shoting some thing this small and Im not to thrilled about spiders but when I was taking pictures of Lower Lewis Rivers falls (my last three posts) I looked over and seen this little guy watching me. So I thought I would give it a try. My tripod wasn't tall enough. So it is a hand held shot and I think that's where I lost some of the clarity and The focus is a little soft in places. I don't like to get to close to them or spend to much time around these guys. And I don't know what kind it is ether but I wonted to share this with Angy and my other friends on TN. Hope you enjoy and thanks for looking.|
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Bonito contraluz y colores, aunque algo justa de enfoque.
Splendid macro of this beautiful spider!
Excellent coloration, sharpness and texture.
Beautiful work; very well detailed.
Thanks for sharing!
Good size posting to see the full sharpness and clarity of this beautiful Spider captured!
good exposure and focus with so much details
very well done
IKt's a lovley spider!!!! Great backlight...makes for an interesting effect.
Of course it has to go into my favorites folder since its for me! *GRIN*
Wonderful detail - love the little hairs on the legs.
Good stuff! :)
Magnifique, superbes détails et très belles couleurs.