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Posted By: Iris, 05-16-2010, 08:08 AM




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05-16-2010, 09:17 AM   #2
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St. Martin in the Fields......

Love that first one, although I think both are great. Well done on these!
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St. Martin in the Fields......

Love that first one, although I think both are great. Well done on these!
Thanks Rense, much appreciated!
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Iris, I tried to identify your cute little choirmaster, but I failed.....
I am sure it's a kind of Wolf spider, but the species in this group are quite 'cryptic'....

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It looks like a wolf spider to me. Although, they can get very large here. They liked to hide in my old car an occasionally scare the crap out of me.

Nice shots
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Iris, I tried to identify your cute little choirmaster, but I failed.....
I am sure it's a kind of Wolf spider, but the species in this group are quite 'cryptic'....
Well I am already happy with the Wolf spider part, although I am a biologist I can't imagine I voluntary would broaden my knowledge with identifying spiders
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Both are nice images. The title of the first fits the subject perfectly.
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It looks like a wolf spider to me. Although, they can get very large here. They liked to hide in my old car an occasionally scare the crap out of me.

Nice shots
Thanks, I am lucky they stay relatively small here

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Both are nice images. The title of the first fits the subject perfectly.
Thanks for your kind words.

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i think he lost his baton !! or maybe he ate it.... lol....... wonderful shots.... dave m
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i think he lost his baton !! or maybe he ate it.... lol....... wonderful shots.... dave m
Thanks Dave!
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wow~horrible spider..
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wow~horrible spider..
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The concert master looks as professional as your perfect images. I'm not sure I'd want to play first violin, however.

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The concert master looks as professional as your perfect images. I'm not sure I'd want to play first violin, however.

Jer

Thanks Jer!
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