Juvenile Peacock Jumping Spider by Kerrod Sulter

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Canon EOS 7D
Kenko 12mm, 20mm, 36mm Extensions Tubes
Canon EF-S 60mm Macro Lens
Canon 430EXII Speedlight with diffuser

Shutter Speed – 1/2125
Aperture – f/10
ISO – 100

Young enthusiest from Shellharbour NSW, I enjoy a wide spanned of photography but am more passionate about underwater photography.

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  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeabout 2 years ago

  • dgscotland
    dgscotlandabout 2 years ago

    Aaaaaarrrgggh R U N !!!

    Clicking the banner takes you to the group….please enjoy it.

  • Cheers Mate

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeabout 2 years ago

  • Awsome thanks mate much appreciated…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Penny Odom
    Penny Odomabout 2 years ago

    Wow never seen one of these…so colorful! Congratulations on your feature :)

  • Thanks Penny, he is a colourful fella, very small though…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Maisie Sinclair
    Maisie Sinclairabout 2 years ago


  • Thanks Maisie…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Vanessa Barklay
    Vanessa Barklayabout 2 years ago

    Fabulous Bug Hunt shot Kerrod!
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  • Thanks guys, much appreciated…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • MotherNature
    MotherNatureabout 2 years ago

    What a handsome guy! BEAUTIFUL! Congratulations on your feature in Bug Hunt – FAVE:>)

  • Thanks MotherNature…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Evita
    Evitaalmost 2 years ago

    Beautiful work !!!

    Click on the link below to view your feature and congratulate your fellow artists
    The Tropical Zone – FEATURES – October 31st 2012

  • Thats great, thanks for that!!!

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyeralmost 2 years ago

    Great capture … Jumping Spiders are my favourites, but I have never seen one with such brilliant colours ! Congrats on your features !

  • Yeh there awesome to watch and try and photograph… I would love to find more hairier ones where I am… Thanks Trish…

    – Kerrod Sulter

  • Trish Meyer
    Trish Meyeralmost 2 years ago

    I’m sure you will find other varieties in time. I saw my first in July 2007, since when I have seen about two dozen differently patterned ones. Differences not usually seen by the naked eye, but obvious on a computer screen. They seem to be attracted, possibly by their reflection in the lens and often jump on to my camera … or me …

  • Actually funny you say that, I managed to find four different species today all with in two square metres… very lucky but i was attacked by leeches and flies… ha ha

    – Kerrod Sulter

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