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  1. Last night a couple of Pholcus phalangioides send my wife screaming from the shower. Daddy Long Legs Sorry only pictures of these, not my wife. After capturing and taking them downstairs for mug shots before releasing them in to the back yard Mug shot one of them just disappeared. I looked everywhere for it, but couldn't find it. I decided I wouldn't say anything about loosing one before reaching the yard and went to pack my camera away. Hiding There it was hiding on the front of the lens. The Tamron SP90 does have quite a recessed front element, so plenty space for it. I'm surprised I didn't see some sign of it in the picture given I was manually set at minimum focus. Images: Close-ups Nikon D7000 with Tamron SP90. View of lens Nikon J1 with 10 f/2.8

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