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Taken with a Nikon D60 and a Sigma Macro lens.I took this at my partner Penny’s house and it’s my first attempt at macro photography. This spider was just minding his own business in amongst the bottlebrush stems.
spider, woody, australia
Terrific shot Hon, the detail is wonderful, very sharp. Well done :)
Thanks Darl, i must of been paying attention all those hours taking you special places to get your shots.
Thank you very much Larry,hope i can keep up the good work as this is my first attempt at photography.
Thanks Ann,i am only new to photograph & the internet.That was my first ever shot and thanks for the favorite, am using my partners camera when she not using it.
Like I said before .. love it .. great work Dave.
Thanks again Michael.Hopefully i can keep up the standard.
P.S. Thanks for the fave.
Really cool capture XD
Thanks so much, appreciate the fave and glad you like it so much.
2 August 2012 – 1 image per 24hrs
I liked this so much… Guess what?CONGRATULATIONS Dave!Enjoy the Creepy Crawlies Day – August 12/2012!Have a wonderful Week!Cheers, Jo ;)
Thanks for yet another feature in your wonderful group Jo, Cheers
This looks like a beautiful Tetragnatha. Excellent image!!! Congratulations on your feature – FAVE!
Thanks for the ID and also thanks for the kind words. Cheers
I have NEVER seen this type of spider! Fabulous photo – congrats on the feature. Where do you live? Is this a US species or from somewhere outside of here? How large is the spider? It looks quite large, but it is a macro shot, so. . .
Once again, congrats!
Hi Paula, i live in Port Macquarie Australia. It has been identified by someone on RB as a Tetragnatha. Asfor the size 3-4 inches including legs. Thanks for the kind words, sorry took so long to reply but have been away with no access to internet. Cheers