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Posted By: Rense, 09-11-2010, 07:08 AM

Charles Aznavour.....

She may be the face I can't forget,
A trace of pleasure or regret,
May be my treasure or
The price I have to pay





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I would have run away too

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:d да, спасайся как можешь!
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Wonderful macro shot. Was this natural illumination? Looks like it is. The spider might be genus Araneus, although without a specimen in hand it is extremely difficult to id spiders to genus, unless they are one of the very unusually shaped or colored types.

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I would have run away too
Well, she's still there, but the male hasn't been seen since his first attempts!

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:d да, спасайся как можешь!
I'm glad they're only small, about one inch....
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Wonderful macro shot. Was this natural illumination? Looks like it is. The spider might be genus Araneus, although without a specimen in hand it is extremely difficult to id spiders to genus, unless they are one of the very unusually shaped or colored types.
Thank you! No, this is no natural light. I used my onboard flash with DIY macro flash diffuser. And the spider is Araneus diadematus, indeed. They are very common over here!
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She may be the beauty or the beast!

Great shot!
The details, the composition, the light, I like it all
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What Iris said!!!

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Great shot!
The details, the composition, the light, I like it all
Thanks a lot Iris!
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What Iris said!!!
What I said to Iris!!

Thanks!
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I love this photo, Rense. I really like spiders and never evict them from the house, but goodness, I'm glad I'm not the size of a fly!
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Awesome macro. Great focus where it needs to be.
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Spiders inherently bother me and I'm an entomologist.
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I love this photo, Rense. I really like spiders and never evict them from the house, but goodness, I'm glad I'm not the size of a fly!
Thanks Tamia! The same here, they don't look like a friendly neighbour, do they?

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Awesome macro. Great focus where it needs to be.
Thank you Tails!
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