It's an awesome photo -- incredible detail -- but now I'm going to have nightmares. Still not used to the number of spiders here.
Eeeeeeekkkkkkkkk! Look at all those horrible little hairy legs. Dick that is a great picture of a horrible looking spider! Yes, it would be better to have a dragonfly. Black widows are common around here but I don't see them often.
Super, Je moet even wennen, maar de converter werkt toch wel fantastisch, getuige deze fraaie foto.
WoW...this is a wonderfully captured shot with lovely colours. This one is really scary & I must admit, I am scared of spiders and stay long away from them.
That is fantastic! What a brill camera you have.
Fantastic photos! I am impressed!
What detail! Great photo!
That is what we call a Barn Spider over here, Dick. I guess it is because they used to be found in old barns more than anywhere else.Your macro is very nice and was it made with a screw on piece like 2x or 4x?Nice.
Wow! Great picture! I'm impressed; what a spider...Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog. I just left Bali and I’m posting on Singapore at Blogtrotter.Enjoy, and have a great weekend!
WOW! This is GREAT! I love spiders and this is a super, beautiful detailed picture! Fab work!
Lovely Dick, just too good
(Abe) We call them cross-spiders because of the cross on their back. I used a Canon A710 IS with a Canon 250D close-up lens. Maybe convertor is not exactly the good word.
wow that is awesome
You have really inspired me, Dick! I have extension tubes for my camera but haven't used them yet (my SLR camera is still new). If I can come up with something like this some day, you'll be the first to know! :)I also love your Blogspot template. I may want to imitate yours for my other blog. As they say, "imitation is the best form of flattery!" :)
Ewww...I hate spiders!!! *shudder* Great photo, though! :)
Wow! Mooi van engigheid, afschuwelijk GOED!:)
Creepy, yet quite beautiful, and sop close!!
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