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LordV
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Aug 06, 2009 02:18 |  #1

Web spiders getting more and more evident in the garden now- some taking advantage of some flying ants that were about.

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Aug 06, 2009 03:43 |  #2

Nice series Brian


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Aug 06, 2009 03:57 |  #3

Brian that second one is.. amazing.

I still don't understand how you guys get so close to these spiders. I get massive goosebumps just looking at these. Shiiiiiiiver.


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Aug 06, 2009 05:33 |  #4

Great set Brian :)


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Aug 06, 2009 06:25 |  #5

Amazing series Brian




  
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Aug 06, 2009 06:32 |  #6

brilliant set, love the second one, looks like shes wondering if she can get it through the leaf


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Aug 06, 2009 06:39 |  #7

I agree with Bryce, could you imagine seeing a big shadow through the leaf only to realize your toast.

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Aug 06, 2009 15:34 |  #8

Thanks for looking and commenting everyone :)
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Aug 06, 2009 16:13 |  #9

great series brian, like all
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Aug 06, 2009 17:56 |  #10

You know all I'm going to post as a reply from now on for your posts is AWESOME!:D


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Aug 07, 2009 01:27 |  #11

Thanks Phil and Pete for the comments :)

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Aug 07, 2009 02:14 |  #12

Great set Brian-I esp like the last one.


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Aug 07, 2009 09:17 |  #13

I am amazed at your ability to get them to pose and the DOF!


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Aug 07, 2009 11:11 |  #14

Great spider series Brian.


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Aug 07, 2009 20:07 |  #15

#4 is best


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