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A tiny Crab Spider
Lens: DFA 100 macro 2.8 WR Camera: K3 Photo Location: Alberta, Camada ISO: 200 
Posted By: Heinrich Lohmann, 09-10-2018, 06:44 PM









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09-10-2018, 07:17 PM   #2
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When I've seen guys like that, they've always seemed to be in a hurry to get somewhere else. Good job in capturing this one.
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Great series, sir. Thanks so much for posting.

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A very good catch

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A face only a mother could love. Nice shots.
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When I've seen guys like that, they've always seemed to be in a hurry to get somewhere else. Good job in capturing this one.

Thank you reh, he was moving, building a web and at one time was sitting on the side of the lens and had to shake him of. The thing with using flash is of course that as long as you can nail focus you have a reasonable sharp image.

You don't want to know how many were out of focus.

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Great series, sir. Thanks so much for posting.

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Thank you and you are welcome Tony.

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A very good catch
Thank you kindly EM

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A face only a mother could love. Nice shots.
Thank you kindly and of course you are right.
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Excellent shots!!

Love the second one most.
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These are excellent photos! I really like the ones on the red flower, such vivid color and contrast with the spider.

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Excellent shots!!

Love the second one most.

Thank you for the kind comment.

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These are excellent photos! I really like the ones on the red flower, such vivid color and contrast with the spider.
Thank you Todd, I really do appreciate it.
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Another Great series of your talents

Seems the model was in awe as well

cheers
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Those are great shots. I really love the ones with the red flower, the contrast is just perfect!
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Another Great series of your talents

Seems the model was in awe as well

cheers
Hi Ivan and thank you, good to hear from you.

Take care,

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Those are great shots. I really love the ones with the red flower, the contrast is just perfect!
Thank you for the kind comments, it is appreciated.
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Interesting Spider , I just love the rich colour in these shots
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Nice subject, light and framing. Great series.
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Interesting Spider , I just love the rich colour in these shots
Thank you for the kind comment.

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Nice subject, light and framing. Great series.
Thank you kindly, it is appreciated.
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