Macro shots of spider and dragonfly

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  1. Amanda Scott

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    Nikon D60 + 55mm-200mm

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    Thanks for looking.
     
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    Nice shot's, but what is the blue stuff the spider is in? Look's really cool!
     
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    Its probably photo shopped but it still looks awesome.
     
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    I like the dragonfly ... nice details in the shot. The spider looks cool -especially in the water, but a lot of the body is dark and I cannot see much detail of the actual spider.... lighting??
     
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    Thank you for your comments, everyone.

    The "blue stuff" is water, lol. This spider was in my uncle's pool. And it wasn't photoshopped. I edit my photos little to none.

    Good point. I had some other shots where the details were most visible, but I did not like how the spider was positioned.
     

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