Hello, tiny friend.
I had no idea why this spider was so riled up at first.
It quickly became apparent, it's lunch time. He has an aphid in his mouth - he's a small spider.
He was fascinating to watch!
I hate spiders - but on photo they are ok they are standing still! MBYou can send this to Nature Note, http://ramblingwoods.com/.
whoah, spiders, yuck! but these photos are incredible!! where did you catch this??
He could be angry with you for disturbing his meal time! Amazing macro!
Great pictures as always...but I sometimes wonder how much hard disk space you would have?
:0) I could be mesmerized for hours with that type of thing. I love watching when they are wrapping up their dinners in their webby cocoons too!
Awesome macro shots!!!
I always say I can't stand spiders, but since I got a decent camera, I kind of like watching the little things. Now I just want a decent macro lens - on the $$$ side - what equipment do you use? Your photos are fabulous!
Before the time of digital cameras, we "captured" a black widow and a scorpion...or should I say, my husband captured them.He put them in a plastic container attached to a Ken-a-Vision and we watched the action on our TV.Care you guess who won?These photos are amazing. It's been a long time since I've visited, so I plan to sit with a cup of tea and enjoy your talent.
These are just amazing!
fascinating. Was it in your shower?
Cool...icky but cool. And the post title sounds like a children's book!
one word: squashor: flick haha
That is amazing photography. I can't believe you could see that little aphid!
Spiders are fascinating to watch. And a lot faster than most people realize too!