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  1. doenoe

    doenoe TPF Noob!

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    I was editing some pics yesterday, when i heard my mom scream. That was the cue to get the camera out.....good thing i did, cause there was this huge spider in the hallway.
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    #4 Here is the full beast. Must have been 10cm long
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    Thanks for looking
    Greetz Daan
     
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    Great shots. You could have told me it was 10 FEET long...I might have believed you. ;)
     
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    Fantastic! So what did your mom say when she saw their close-up? ;)
     
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    I hate you.

    Nice shots though!
     
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    I wish my family would help me with my photography.
     
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    argh! it's horrible! but the shots are very good! :thumbup:
     
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    thanks :)
    something along the lines of: "eewwwww look at all those hairs!!" Thanks for the reply
    hate me? im just showing you what horrors can walk around in a house.......yes your house too muahaha. Thanks for the comment
    She wasnt really helping, she wanted the thing dead :lol:
    Thanks for the reply :D
     
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    Great close ups, as always :) And nice background lighting as well, makes the spider really stand out
     
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    Very nice images of a wolf spider (I think).
     
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    Thanks for the replies :D
    I think you are right about it being a Wolf spider, but ill look it up once im home.
     
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    Looks like a brown recluse to me, I was bitten by one about 6 yrs ago and had 3 skin graphs.
     
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    That's what came to my mind as well... hope not! They're aggressive and fairly venemous as well...
     

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