Itsy Bitsy - two more macros

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  1. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    This spider is only about 3mm(1/8") long. I found it on a rose leaf. Using the Canon S5 & Raynox 150 macro lens.


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    The spider has an interesting yellow color. Nice job on the focus - sharp details.
     
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    :thumbdown: This is what I would do...squish it with my thumb!!! Ahhhhh I hate spiders!
     
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    the 2nd one is absolutely fantastic. love the sharpness and contrast!
     
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    Thanks folks.

    Two decent pics out of about 10 shots - that little bugger was really traveling & hand holding with a DoF of about 5 mm is a challenge.
     

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