Yellow-Striped-Tailed Spider

Sunday, January 22 | |

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Kodak CX7430 Close-Up, aperture at f4.60, shutter speed at 1/30 sec., focal length of 102mm, no flash, ISO 140, 01/22/06 at 04:08pm

I saw this wild spider hanging in the center of its web this afternoon. About a centimeter long, it had long black legs and three yellow-stripes in its abdomen. I used an 85 Kodak Wratten Glass Photofilter simulator for this image.

4 comments:

bayi said...

Hey, you are getting to be as good as those photographers for the National Geographic!

Dr Emer said...

Oh no, Bayi. I have a point-and-shoot camera and I'm very much a neophyte. Still testing the waters, my friend. :)

eye said...

woow, great macro shot doc!

cergie said...

Cette araignée: le web qui vous prend dans sa toile comme moi qui n'arrive pas à m'enfuir de ce blog !

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