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  1. I was doing a bit of work in the garden this afternoon and moved a couple of old empty plant pots. Inside I found this red back spider. Not quite up to Alan's standards shooting hand held stacks, but Red Backs are an Australian icon. The first image was from my phone, so has that over-sharpened look. Redback_1 (iPhone) It was quite active inspecting it's web after I first disturbed it, but when I returned later with a proper camera, it was settled and didn't want to move much at all, so I was a bit constrained in the angles I could get. Redback_2 (Nikon D7000, Tamron SP90) Looking closely, the spider seems to be a leg short!
  2. crowecg


    A few more of the Huntsman spider I found in the corner of my office. DSC_3281 ....Updates to follow - Flickr isn't cooperating
  3. Just about to settle down the for the evening on Sunday, when I spotted this guy in the corner. (it might actually mean I can give a weekly photo challenge a go for this year...) White Tail Face White Tail Looks a bit ugly compared to some of the jumping spiders I've photographed before. (What is the world coming to when I'm considering the attractiveness of spiders?) White tails also apparently have a nasty bite which can cause severe reactions. Usual set up - Nikon D7000, Tamron SP90, handheld single exposure, on camera flash + LED flash light.
  4. I went out to enjoy the sunset and noticed that this fellow had set up house near my motorcoach. As a model, its not as pretty as butterflies but interesting anyway because it was nearly 8cm long overall. This guy wasn't skittish at all but I still used the 200mm/4 micro to maintain a healthy distance: Top Side Underside C & C welcome. Thanks for looking.
  5. Got lucky today - managed to get the whole head in focus (without stacking). Jumping Spider and a tighter crop Up Close D7000, Tamron SP90 - f/22. ISO 100
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