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Firstly thank you for all your wonderful comments and messages following yesterdays upload.
Secondly could someone please identify these little microscopic chaps her were found lulling about in my garden a little while ago.
Finally I hope that you all have a great day ahead.
A lot of colorful spiders
Aw.............baby spiders!! I can cope with them when they are this size!!
Ahhh...yucky spiders to me...
but what a great image for us to be commenting on
and bet there are some great comments with this shot Nathan
They may be babies.............but I wouldn't like to pick em up and cuddle them.................
What cute arachnids, Nathan, a super spot and capture. Carol
Super image Nathan, no idea what they are, well apart from spiders
Well detailed and well composed, Nathan!
Sorry, I can't identify them - have you tried looking on the www??
Have a good day.
Could be the young of the European Garden Spider, Nathan, beautifully capturted.
Identity established, and a fine shot of these spiderlings, Nathan: I have often come across clusters of these tiny spiders, often in a tight ball in the hedge.
Well as one of the minority of spider admirers I will say that I think they are "cute little baby spiders".
How can you say they are cute, they are SPIDERS. Great shot though.
what a wonderful capture ...
and just think how many flies they will get rid of when they get bigger
They are cute Nathan, well spotted and captured,
In my expert opinion, they are definitely spiders They are creepy crawlies and make my skin itch.
No idea Nathan but aren't they sweet and you've captured them very well.
Spiders are SPIDERS - no matter what their size!! Great image though Nathan.
Great image - But makes my skin crawl
Incy wincy spiders Nathan, only this time not climbing up the spout . good one like it
An informative Natural History capture.
I thought they were little yellow flowers when I saw the thumbnail. Would have preferred that. Excellent close up.
Well, they're definitely spiders...and they're yellow! Great close-up work, Nathan ;
Spiders fae Mars Nathan Well spotted
Spiders Nathan just bloody spiders!
Excellent capture Nathan, like Ronnie I have seen hundreds of these tiny spiders in one tight ball. The mummy spider had left a single thread and one by one they climbed up into a overhanging tree. It took over an hour for them all to reach safety
I suppose they must do some good ...but please don't encourage them to have portraits
a great capture but don't feed them pins.
What a fine hatch. They will help keep your garden free of pests. Have you ever watched them take off on the breeze? It is quite a sight watching them launch into their new worlds.
Well done to Dave for the ID and well done to you for this capture! I've never seen a multiple spider shot like this before and the focus on that middle one's eyes is fantastic.
A very unique and very special close-up, this.
Yeugh - I opened it expecting yellow flowers!!! But a really interesting close-up of little creatures.
Superb close up of these baby spiders Nathan - love it!
Only just got back in after a mornings shoot, but I see others have ID'd it all correctly.....I'm feeling redundant now
This is a great image of these baby spiders Nathan, well captured
No idea what they are Nathan other than being spiders. You've captured them well.
Wonderful capture Nathan !! Faces only a mother could love
These little chaps are so lovely and beautiful, superb macro! Amazing colours.
Baby spiders, cute but I'm feeling itchy!
Fabulous macro capture!
Wonderful gathering of tiny spiders-- rich color in this image!
Great macro image,
Spiders. Pretty ones...
A stunning image, Nathan, perfect focus point, excellent detail and composition, best of all those wonderful colours.
We had a lot of these in our garden this year too - hundreds of the little chaps!
You almost make them look attractive Nathan.
Like the background,....
Their Mother must think that they are cute
Just love this shot of these adorable, potential mosquito eaters. I have already given my UA today, otherwise it would have been yours.
Nice image Nathan!! I have no knowledge of these fine critters!!!!
Well sotted and captured - Elizabeth xx
Strange what makes a good image!
Wouldn't have known these were spiders.
I like the green/yellow tones in this.
A super natural history macro Nathan..well observed
A superb macro.
Baby spiders as has been said before! Great shot. Cathy
You've outdone yourself here Nathan! Beautiful quality macro! Bravo!
This bunch of "babes" get my UA for their beauty. Can't ID but they are so cute I don't care!
I'm in awe! Cool macro, Nathan!
I like the colouring and detail in this capture and the two half's. Well done Nathan.
What a grand natural history image Nathan, a fine example of macro photography
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