What's for Dinner?
|Copyright: Linda Montgomery (in2photography) (34)|
|Date Taken: 2006-08-22|
|Camera: Canon 20D|
|Exposure: f/4, 1/250 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2006-08-24 15:38|
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|This spider was feasting on a worm. I had never seen that before and had to photograph it. I came across him outside of my home. |
I am allergic to spiders, but I cannont help myself - I have to photograph them.
I used my Canon 18-55mm lens with an inexpensive macro attachment.
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Great face details! and unusual, interesting prey. pov is great too.
That's look scary.... :)
Good catch! I like it! Great macro.
Hardly seems fair... the spider has eight eyes and the worm only has zero. Seems like a disproportionate use of force. The U.N. should definitely check into this egregious act of aggression. (har har)
Great macro and lucky find... best of luck in future photographic endeavors.
- [2006-08-24 19:31]
Very good capture.
The composition is great showing the "dinner".
It's a surprise for me too the worm in this condition.
Good focus on the eyes of the spider that is very important.
Excellent observation and picture. I like the sharpness and composition. Well done and TFS.
- [2007-01-07 22:38]
Hi Linda,wow what a fabulous picture of the spiders face.This picture needs no modification whatsoever.5 for 5.