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A spider posing as a dried seed-head
Nice capture,. I like v1.
Wow Carol, impressive macro's and just love the title excellent captures
Hi Carol, thank you, Wow what a super image you have here, very well spotted and captured, fantastic...John
An excellent disguise and an excellent couple of shots.
Excellent shot and great capture!
You are not fooling this old man - I see those beady little eyes - and seed have no eyes Two excellent photos Carol !! Really well seen
Wow, amazing image. I prefer V1.
Oh, brilliant....................I really needed that laugh Carol!
Brilliantly caught, the details are wonderful (as long as she is on the end of your stick and not mine!).
I have had to have a laugh...
Wonderful......These remind me of ugly,s nude women poses of recent.
Pole dancing season get's going.
Excellent captures Carol,
Clever nature ! and you Carol for spotting this !!!!
One clever spider, well spotted.
Very well spotted Carol - super shots. Although sooner you getting so close than me!
Awesome captures again, Carol.
Amazing, wonderful detail.
Oh my word what an ugly bug but hey you have produced two brilliant images - Elizabeth xx
A quite amazing sight, wonderfully observed and captured Carol.
Clever camoflague - well spotted Carol.
Goodness Me! That was a shock, but happily it's one of the cuter spiders so I got used to it. V1 is such fun (and quite precarious), but I like V2 because it looks like it's doing exercises.
Way too close for me!
Well done to you
Well you got me thinking and saying," whats going on here then"? Wonderful work Carol.
A good close up,
Great shots, Carol, well spotted.
Your pet spider is so well trained, Carol!! Looks like he could be straight out of the Harry Potter films!!
It does look like a plant Carol, excellent camouflage, like both so equal votes.
What a shock,to close for my comfort,great find and macro work Carol..Lin
An amazing capture
What a horrible and dangerous looking creature but what a great photograph.
Two great fun shots. He seems to be in cognito. .....Sandy
Please tell me this isn't the little chap that I thought was cute....... Disgusting Beast
Great shots Carol!
Simply magnificent Carol... thanks for your well wishes.
How funny and well spotted is that. Great
What a great capture Carol, cunning little git.
good captures good title also
Excellent, a great capture!
He could have fooled me easily!
Amazing shot !!!!!
Top class macro so well spotted , amazing work once again
Fabulous macro work, Carol !
A very cunning spider, Carol
What amazing and wonderful macro shots,Carol,very well done,
Superb Macro Images ~
Amazing Carol! Lou
Nothing wrong with your eyesight Carol - amazing image.
Amazing image. What great camouflage. paul
An amazing macro shot with lovely detail , Carol.........
What an amazing little creature - great macro work, Carol!
This is unbelievably amazing - I am so scared looking at it but it is definitely something to look at.
I will have to upload my one and only spider image which is slightly blurred because i was so scared taking the photo - its a macro shot but after that I decided I just can't take spider photos - my heart can't handle it lol
PS I just loved your comment on backstage lol and I just love your comment on Universal - THANK YOU!
wow, what a super capture.
Such fab detail and an unusual pose to see I think.
A master of disguise Carol, these minbeasts should know by now that there is no escaping your lens and that nothing evades your eagle eyes!
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