Some Bees & a Spider.

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  1. Ron Evers

    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    Vivitar 24/2.8 1:5 macro.

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    love them, #7 is wicked :mrgreen:
     
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    As always, Excellent work Ron.
    Do you know what type of spider that is? I've seen them around before.
     
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    BuS_RiDeR No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Good job. :)

    What kind of spider is that? I hate spiders... But like to see pictures of them. :)
     
  5. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Aren't those spiders called something like orb weavers or so? I've only ever come across their names and photos on this very forum, we don't have them in my country, so I'm not familiar with them "in person".

    And no matter how heavily cropped they are, Ron, they're still really nice to look at. All of the. Particularly the bee in flight! They also have lovely flowers to land on!!!
     
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    Garden spider, Mississippi Yellow Garden Spider

    I like #4, very good contrast.
     
  7. Ron Evers

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    Thanks for the ID Michael. Yellow Garden Spider it is.
     
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    I think those pictures are truely amazing! I have a picture of a bee on a wild flower that grew by my mom's house.
     
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    beautiful as usual, especially #2.
     
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    Thanks folks.
     

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