Ant mimic jumping spider
- cobra112 (43366)
- [2010-09-12 10:42]
Ciao Haraprasan. Perfect DOF here and stunning detaisl. Very godd work with light too.
Superb! What an interesting ant species Haraprasan:) It looks like a bottle:))) Relly it mimicing a spider with four pair legs.
TFS and regards,
- anemone (651)
- [2010-09-12 11:04]
Hello Haraprasan. This is really stunning macro educating us won a realy strange cerature of the mother nature.
Great and perfect presentation in every way!
- Silvio2006 (102073)
- [2010-09-12 11:25]
Ciao Haraprasan, superb macro of fantastic spider, I never see before, thanks, splendid sharpness and fine details. very well done my friend, ciao Silvio
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2010-09-12 12:06]
A fine photo rendition and especially a good story in notes! It makes me as if this creature bites and what kind of would? bites on humans that is.
The light material backdrop gives good definition to the insect. Using that luminosity also worked well in bringing out more detail.
- euroblinkie (64279)
- [2010-09-12 12:41]
yes this is wath i like
great details and good sharpness
look on the picture who i have send with a other specie of antspider
- boreocypriensis (9571)
- [2010-09-12 14:00]
Namastay Hara Ji,
This deserves an award. What a weird spider MF! Realy a great example on mimicry! Love the sharpness and clarity of this image, it seems flawless in every way.
Inspiring work my friend.
TFS and have a nice night/week!
- lousat (65489)
- [2010-09-12 14:37]
Hi Hara,this is very interesting and maybe never seen before on TN,you work at the best in this terrible contrast between the white nackground and the dark ant,excellent sharpness and composition.Thanks for share,have a nice week,LUCIANO
- heimann2 (4536)
- [2010-09-13 0:15]
Good morning Haraprasan,
fascinating mimikri and a very informative text beside the good shot.
Thanks for sharing
A lovely shot, HP, IS that a marble floor in the BG?
It serves the purpose beautifully!
- anel (40574)
- [2010-09-13 2:06]
A very interesting-looking spider. Not bad to take the shape of an ant. Smething I never had seen before. Thanks so much for this interesting posting! Well taken shot with perfect sharpness all over the spider.
- jignasi (27917)
- [2010-09-13 9:56]
No conocía esta curiosa especie, que a pprimera vista por sus
formas colores y texturas nos recuerda a una hormiga, aunque
evidentemente al contar sus patas vemos que se trata de un arácnido.
Un excelente documento que no se si se había publicado ya en Tn.
Buena semana Haraprasan: Josep Ignasi.
- PeterZ (49139)
- [2010-09-13 10:50]
What a strange spider. Fantastic to see this mimicry. I could swear this is an ant. Great sharpness, details and isolation from the BG.
- caspian (1342)
- [2010-09-13 14:31]
With a very special and interesting type of format.
Recognition for the first time I got the opportunity.
Perspective, composition and shooting everything in a very high quality.
Thanks for sharing.
- jaycee (25460)
- [2010-09-13 16:23]
I never would have known this was a spider! He looks like a many legged ant. Wonderful notes to go along with the excellent picture showing this unusual insect in excellent details. Thank you for the lesson.
- Dis. Ac. (24509)
- [2010-09-13 22:13]
another great photo from an insect.
Exellent sharpness and details.
fine colours and nice egal bg.
- oscarromulus (42)
- [2010-09-17 14:22]
Dear Haraprasan, NAMASTAY.
Had I not read your highly educative notes I would have assumed that this fellow had 4 eyes on its head.
The details is what gets me... I still cannot understand how you get so very close to register these TINY TINY species.
The photography work is OUTSTANDING!!!
Warm regards from COLD COLD Canada from,