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Waiting for a Fly...............
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Posted By: eaglem, 02-10-2017, 11:37 PM

to land on my flower.


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Nice capture... nature is wonderful and beautiful
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Flower and spider are a perfect match. Very nice.
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Nice capture... nature is wonderful and beautiful
Thank you very much........

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Flower and spider are a perfect match. Very nice.
Thanks a lot......

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A white spider??? Never heard of such a thing (but I'm a chemist not a biologist) - amazing photo, buddy. A white flower holding a white spider with just enough yellow to make the critter stand out.

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Top notch image EM. Well spotted.
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A white spider??? Never heard of such a thing (but I'm a chemist not a biologist) - amazing photo, buddy. A white flower holding a white spider with just enough yellow to make the critter stand out.

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Yes the Yellow messed up his camouflage Jer.......

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Top notch image EM. Well spotted.
Thank you kindly

Is this angle better?


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that's one sneaky spider, nicely captured
cheers

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that's one sneaky spider, nicely captured
cheers
Thanks Cee Cee these White Crab Spiders are very cunning hunters.
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Good capture. I see that 180 is doing some good work.
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Good capture. I see that 180 is doing some good work.
Thanks Bruce, I'm getting used the focusing and extra weight of the lens.
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Now we know why the beastie that colour in the first place, DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material) for that flower.

Good spot and capture.
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Now we know why the beastie that colour in the first place, DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material) for that flower.

Good spot and capture.
Thanks very much KD
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