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  • Arabesque Orb Weaver

    Spotted this guy sitting just off of the hiking trail this morning. Appears to be missing a leg.
    613A4309_1_1 by David Covarrubias, on Flickr
    Canon 7D Mark II, EF-S 10-22mm, EF-S 18-135mm STM, EF 100-400mm II L, EF 100mm L Macro, EF-S 24mm STM, EF 50mm II, and a random assortment of 35mm film cameras.

  • #2
    Beautiful colours in the spider and background David. Nice and sharp too.
    Alan W

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    • #3
      What Alan said David. I'm sure they can afford to lose a leg now and then, we get by with just two!
      I Shoot A Canon

      Web: isacimages.com / My Gear / Flickr Photostream
      Courage: Is knowing it's going to hurt, and doing it anyway.
      Stupidity: Is the same thing.

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      • #4
        you have captured the colouirs well in this one. I think the tree background suits the shot too. well done
        Stephen Davey. Nikon Shooter

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        • #5
          When I had my old camera and I had a Macro lens I use to go into the back yard and found spiders like this and took their shots.
          I do miss this side of things and enjoy looking at this shot.

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          • #6
            Very nice, the 100mm L Macro is a sweet lens and you`re using it well, I`ll have to dust mine off this weekend and take it for a walk.
            C+C,EDITS OK
            I shoot a Canon 90D with a few bits of glass.

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            • #7
              Well photo's. We get these here in UK too at this time of year. They are so picturesque, and all spiders are fun....:-))

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              • #8
                Looks like they fed it some LSD. They showed a comparison years ago of a web built by a spider fed on LSD and one not. Looked like your web Looks much like the Golden Orb Weavers I get around here in NSW
                Better a full bottle in front of me
                than a full frontal lobotomy.
                Hans

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