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I saw this weeny jumping spider deep in the depths of a calla lily, and spent ages waiting for him to emerge.
V 2 is superb.
He got his eyes on you, or at least a couple of them
I didn't realise they were so tiny ! - another top nature study set Carol ...Bill
Great set and the 2nd shot is soooo good.
Fine set Carol - love v2. Imagine having eyes all around your head! Wonderful. A
Isn't he sweet!! My favourites today are 2 and 4! Version 2 shows just how tiny this little spider is.
Hi Carol, excellent presentation, lovely set of images of the jumper but of it loved the most is the V2 and V1. Excellent as usual..
Great close ups
Well spotted he's such a tiny boy.
Wonderful set of captures Carol - love V2
An excellent set Carol - couldn't have had a better place to be photographed
Your special pet !
We are visiting Newby Hall this morning hope I find interesting insects such as you do.
Great set Carol, those eyes!! V2 is superb.
Another excellent set, Carol: I find that row of eyes quite disturbing for some reason......I reckon it can see a lot better than I can! Of the four, V 2 is my favourite.
Excellent captures Carol, even though I don't like spiders, this one looks almost cute, and for me thats saying a lot.
Excellent macro images Carol,
Superb as ever Carol. V2 is my favourite - a little beauty!
all excellent but V2 stands out today for me seeing more of the plant gives scale to the weenie spider click nice work
nice shot....worth waiting...
amazing images, well done .
Aw, so cute. I love V2. She looks so tiny hiding in that huge flower.
Like headlamps shining in the dark.
V2 is excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cute and outstanding macro carol, v2 really shows how tiny it is.
I must concur. V2 is a real beauty. And he is a cute little monster.
Superb macro Carol.
Super set of images - Elizabeth xx
That's what i call bright eyed and bushy tailed
I did not realize how tiny the beastie was until I saw V2! Great capture! Patti
V2 does it all for me, great detail and shows so well how very tiny this wee critter really is!
Marvellous macro as always and fun to see. Gill
I quite like these wee cute spiders, well your shots, not the actual spider . 4 lovely shots and V1 is my favourite today. Moira
Lovely set of captures Carol!
I love these spiders, those eyes look like they should light up at night! great shots Carol...hope your feeling better!
All four images are great Carol. Such good detail in them............Sandy
V2 is a cracker, love the way it give a strong feeling of size and the comp is great.
Superb set, Carol - I can't decided which one is better - I love them all - very good close up
Well worth the wait, Carol He looks so tiny, and his location in the flower certainly shows the scale. Brilliant set of close-ups
Hope you're feeling a bit better today
What a tiny (and Cute!) little chappie Carol almost like he wanted the photo taken
well done to you
such detail in this very small spider - yuk!
Excellent set of captures, Carol. What a tiny spider , love the eyes. V2 is my favourite.
Take care, enjoy your weekend,
Another fine set Carol
He looks sweet
astonishing shots every one superb
Fine work Carol, I think he went inside that lily to answer the calla nature!
'Excellent set of macro captures of this marvelous little Spider'>...LEx
Love the composition of V2, he has certainly got his EYES on you!
Catchlights to four eyes brilliant set, v1 for me
V2 really shows how tiny it is.
V2 for me too!
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