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Some Spider Macro from today
Posted By: vizjerei, 09-13-2008, 09:36 PM



Tiny spider is waiting for the traffic light to turn. ( Ok.. that's the bricks wall of my house)


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09-13-2008, 10:36 PM   #2
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Nice shots. I really like the second one... JIMBO
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Nice shots. I really like the second one... JIMBO
I agree, the second one is nice.

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The ahadow seems to work well with the subject.

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The first one is located on the window of my car. That poor thing made a web to protect itself not to get blow off when I was driving on the highway.
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Creepy, Nice job
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Thanks vievetrick
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I like them! The latter sure shows how narrow the DOF can be!

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Nice work, your watermark is a bit distracting though.
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Nice work indeed! Reflections on the first shot are intriguing and definitely work in that photo.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Damn Brit Quote
Nice work, your watermark is a bit distracting though.
haha, can't help it

QuoteOriginally posted by gawan Quote
I like them! The latter sure shows how narrow the DOF can be!
I must say I wasn't prepare for marco shooting that day, and with Toronto's rainy days right now I have no choice but to use bigger aperture..

QuoteOriginally posted by Duh_Vinci Quote
Nice work indeed! Reflections on the first shot are intriguing and definitely work in that photo.

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Thanks, I was worry about if it will able to hold on, so I start taking picture after I got to the parking lot
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I like the second its so cute ,mind you it only looks to be tiny


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very nice shots, definitely the 2nd is my favourite.
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Cool shots Victor. Nice job
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I like the second its so cute ,mind you it only looks to be tiny


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It is very tiny about 6mm size, and quite energize too. You see the red brick under it and the white area in front of it is the gap between bricks of my home
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