There is a spider out front...

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  1. dry3210

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    (Cut off the one leg just a bit...blah)

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    C&C welcome. Its still out front so if anyone has any suggestions I should be able to give it another go. Thanks
     
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    Last 2 look a little overexposed. What lens are you using?
     
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    Did a little bit of tweaking on those two pictures...they should automatically replace the ones in the first post.
     
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    They look much better. I wish I could find a spider in this position. They always in a position that I cant shoot anything but the body. Id like to be able to get some eye shots. Nice captures.
     
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    Thanks. He or she was out in the open in a huge web so nothing in the way of pictures. Was busy making the web so only issue I had was getting the focus as he moved. If he is still there tomorrow I will like get some day shots
     

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