I'm watching you ...

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Saul
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Handheld field focus stack, 24 photos, Nikon D7200, Sigma 150mm


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Saul, You did well just to spot this!
Well seen and taken.
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Well done, all around!

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This is a lovely image!

I'm trying to figure out the context. What are the many spiky seeds(?) that surround the spider? Any idea what prompted the spider to web out in such a space?

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very nice :smt041

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Thank you all for your kind comments !
rjlittlefield wrote:
Fri Oct 08, 2021 8:08 am
...I'm trying to figure out the context. What are the many spiky seeds(?) that surround the spider? ...
I guess that it is a wild carrot
...Any idea what prompted the spider to web out in such a space?...
It was a windy day and I saw web leftovers around - most probably it was safe place for her ....



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Excellent -- thanks! No way would I have figured that out!

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Wonderful image and impressive technique! :D

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I love this one.

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Excellent immage. Well done.
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Wow, that is a cool one. I like the whole "game of thrones" look.
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Post by Bob-O-Rama »

That's really a nice one and huge. Very cool and interesting composition. The queen anne's lace around here often have their own personal spider hiding in them, like a black jumping spider that sits right in the middle.

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