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    f11 1/125 iso 100 spder

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    Very nice.

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    Re: spder

    I love spder's.
    The great thing about them is they stay still so mug's like me have a lot of time to set up the shot.
    Nice one Jack

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    Yes I was also wondering what sort of spider doesn't have an eye!

    You have also managed to nicely include the web as part of the background.

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    Great photo. Despite the spider's drab coloration, the pattern and texture of it are gorgeous. Full size view is amazing.

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    Yes if you didn't look at it in lightbox go back and do so now. That's a cool shot!

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    Wow, that is a beautiful spider... The detail is amazing. I think I can see its face

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    Great shot!

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    I agree with everyone else, a really great shot! Good focus, light and colour.

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    Hi Jack.

    Really clear capture of the spider. You might consider cropping so that spider is not dead center in the image. It would make a more dynamic photo.

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    Wow! this is a great shot. I like how the spider and the web are both in focus and the background drops off nicely. I also love the face you can see on the spiders abdomen. So many cool elements in this photo. Thanks for sharing!

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    Superb detail!

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    Top notch shot.

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    Spectacular. Love it! even though I am not a fan of spiders...this one is really good.

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    Re: spder

    Great image,well captured!

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    Very well captured Jack. Am I the only one that has spotted the 'face' on its back?

    Grahame

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    Re: spder

    Grahame..I did too but Mark already comment on it so I shurrup
    Quote Originally Posted by Stagecoach View Post
    Very well captured Jack. Am I the only one that has spotted the 'face' on its back?

    Grahame

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    Re: spder

    very nice, is it a garden spider variety? they including the orb webs and quadrates ones have so many colour variations, i love pics of them

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