- RAP (7405)
- [2004-12-01 6:20]
Otro acierto Chris... excelente perspectiva para captura la imagen de esta especie gigantesca.
Buen agudeza con correcto DOF y presentacion
Me hubiera gustado ver otra perspectiva como Workshop para observar la cabeza más en detalle.
Another success Chris... excellent perspective for capture the image of this gigantic species.
Good sharpness with correct DOF and presentation.
I had liked to see another perspective like Workshop to observe the head in more detail.
- PDP (11769)
- [2004-12-01 6:22]
Great shot Chris, It was only recently that I found out that this genus were used to extract silk from - as an alternative to silk worms, it proved too costly and the silk wasn't as good in quality as traditional methods. I have some other interesting facts on this genus...another time.
Very nice shot and great note. Well done.
k, i want to go to australie one day, but i'm doubting now i see such a big spider :D
good shot!nice details, good compo and colours.well done!
- ellis49 (2254)
- [2004-12-01 7:10]
Very good macro Chris.
Great perspective, very good sharpness and a very good note.
- Luc (14767)
- [2004-12-01 7:49]
Good work, Chris, picture and note.
Great DOF here.
- willie (2083)
- [2004-12-01 9:24]
Great detailed shot with good colouration. Good job Chris
WOW Chris if you post a spider you have my attention. This is a monster by the size of it. I know the Nephilia genus well from SA but the colours on this one is fabulous. Well done I love this!
If you are interested our's can be seen here.
- Lourens (1223)
- [2004-12-01 13:51]
Stunning macro, Chris. Very sharp and detailed. I like your note as well.
- Esox (972)
- [2004-12-01 15:03]
A very sharp portrait indeed!
Good composition and DOF, and a very good note.
- christophe (1781)
- [2004-12-01 15:58]
the orange yellow color shows the joint of the paws well, very great shot Chris
- pmende (0)
- [2004-12-02 3:46]
Great photo, thanks for all the info too. Well done :)
- japie (5187)
- [2004-12-02 8:12]
Very well done, The DOF is very good and so is the sharpness.
Thanks for posting
- Xalkida (257)
- [2004-12-03 11:45]
I don't like spiders at all but this one is a living miracle of Mother Nature! Huge spider! Thanks God it's not dangerous.
Your photo is ideally to show us this spider. Very sharp, good colors and framing!