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Posted By: eaglem, 01-21-2011, 01:17 AM

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01-21-2011, 06:12 AM   #2
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A mean lookin' critter - very nicely done, EM.

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Thanks Jer.
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Nice one! I see you do like spiders, me too! Most people avoid spiders and spider shots. I find them fascinating.
I will issue a challenge, let's see who can post the most spiders at one time here....I'll go first.......

Look closely....


This mama spider lives in my shop and has babies twice a year. They are fun to watch. If you touch her all the tiny spiders scatter like a covey of quail, and in a few minutes every single one returns to mama.
Best Regards & post more spiders, I always enjoy them!

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Nice one! I see you do like spiders, me too! Most people avoid spiders and spider shots. I find them fascinating.
I will issue a challenge, let's see who can post the most spiders at one time here....I'll go first.......

Look closely....


This mama spider lives in my shop and has babies twice a year. They are fun to watch. If you touch her all the tiny spiders scatter like a covey of quail, and in a few minutes every single one returns to mama.
Best Regards & post more spiders, I always enjoy them!

You win!!!!!!!!!!! That is a great shot.
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Eaglem. if those spiders get any bigger you will be using a portrait lens!
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Eaglem. if those spiders get any bigger you will be using a portrait lens!
Yes they do grow to quite a large size.
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A wide angle perhaps? This is getting real scary.

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