Spider

Had to use a high ISO because there was a slight breeze - not a fan of the grainy, though. I do like how his little legs are transparent.
I actually enjoy the grain on this shot, but anyways it is a fantastic capture!
posted June 13th, 2010  
Beautiful and creepy.
posted June 13th, 2010  
Creepy, but a wonderful shot!
posted June 13th, 2010  
what a wonderful shot!
posted June 13th, 2010  
Grainy + Spider = "theme-eerie"...

I'm so tickled you got to see the Cisco ad! TJ wrote that he'd seen one also. You could see all of them (4, I think) by googling Ellen Page's web site...she's from Halifax.
posted June 13th, 2010  
Cute little spider... maybe he was drinking when he spun his web :)
posted June 13th, 2010  
Sometimes I forget how exquisite your pictures are and then I review them and I'm awed all over again.
posted June 14th, 2010  
oooh very cool
posted June 14th, 2010  
brave girl! great shot
posted June 14th, 2010  
Stunningly beautiful. Saw the thumbnail on the popular page and had to investigate further.
posted June 14th, 2010  
great shot!
posted June 14th, 2010  
Thank you all for your comments! :)
posted June 14th, 2010  
Very interesting! I like the grainy-ness though....looks cool.
posted June 14th, 2010  
This is definitely eerie for me.
I have goosebumps.
posted June 14th, 2010  
sweet shot
posted June 14th, 2010  
great shot
posted June 14th, 2010  
Wonderful shot! I can't seem to make myself get close enough to get those spider shots LOL.
posted June 15th, 2010  
How big was the spider?
posted June 18th, 2010  
Using the macro function to photograph spiders is what really got me into photography. I love seeing the amazing designs of nature that I can't see with my mere human eyes. You are way more likely to be stunned slackjaw by a exquisiteness of an arachnid than hurt by one.
posted June 18th, 2010  
Nice shot but I still hate spiders
posted June 23rd, 2010  
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