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The fate of an unwise lady

Unfortunately gruesome images lacking in any form of charm










E-3, Sigma 150mm, ec1.4

Comments always appreciated

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Re: The fate of an unwise lady

Ew!

We have the same spiders in our garden but not as big as this
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Yuk!!

Just had my dinner (groan)

Nice macro shots, there's got to be a market for these somewhere? There great shots but alas I don't think I'll be looking at them again just yet
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Re: The fate of an unwise lady

Fascinating as always

Out of interest, why the EC-14 on the 150 macro instead of the EX-20 extension tube?

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Re: The fate of an unwise lady

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Fascinating as always

Out of interest, why the EC-14 on the 150 macro instead of the EX-20 extension tube?

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Because I have the ec1.4 - I don't have the ex25 and at the moment I don't have the spare cash.

Thanks Ian, Neil, Alistair

I'm still working out how to photograph spiders - I can do gruesome but I need to build in some shape/charm

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Re: The fate of an unwise lady

Gawd they're good, my flesh is crawling. Please tell me that's a tiny ladybird.

Spiders don't do charm, by the way.
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Gawd they're good, my flesh is crawling. Please tell me that's a tiny ladybird.

Spiders don't do charm, by the way.
Well it was on the small size - but they were quite well developed spiders.

I've got some more shots of a spider tackling a larger insect - but I probably wont process them today.

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