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The Clean Up Guy
The hungry CRAB SPIDER cleaning up the last of the Bonicas---
VERY nice macro -- wonderful detail and great POV.
Excellent macro Jenn, like the detail,
Excellent and wonderful macro shot,very well done,
Excellent details in this. A lovely colour flower he is on too......Sandy
Excellent macro Jenn.
You're very good at these.
Good contrast with the pink flower.
Very nice detailed image.
I don't like the look in his eyes or those front legs.
Great macro though has wonderful impact……
Love the depth of field you have achieved here, and the detail is remarkable. as far as dof is concerned i sometimes back off a tad then crop the final image, but you have it just right throwing the backdrop out nicely.
A first rate macro photograph Jenn, one which has been superbly captured. Stunning detail and clarity throughout. Simply top notch.
Measuring how big his wife ?
An excellent macro image Jenn. Great dof and pin sharp
Your macro work never ceases to amaze Jenn, terrific!
Amazing Jenn, superb. Detail and dof excellent.
Quite a cute little fellow really! A great macro here Jenn!
What a wonderful critter ..
great head on picture
Quote: An excellent macro image Jenn. Great dof and pin sharp
Cracking macro work Jenn....
Excellent work Jenn!
Scary looking beastie; great macro!
Wonderful scary pov and excellent macro, Jenn.
Superb detail Jenn and I love the pink BG,
So much detail snd that face is almost cute.
big claws it has and stunning macro
Awesome detail in this macro Jenn, it looks like he is about to give somebody or something a big hug!
Sharp macro work.
Awaiting with open arms
Smashing macro love it nice big one too, great detail, regards Leon.
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