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prabhusinha 12 5 5 India
9 Aug 2009 8:01AM
Who lost the lunch, the spider or you ? Being busy near the net.

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iancam 11 23 England
9 Aug 2009 8:03AM
Superb capture Pam, Thanks for your comment.
9 Aug 2009 8:32AM
wow, that spider will have lunch at least a couple of times by the looks of things.
9 Aug 2009 10:45AM
Come into my parler
ChiliMan 13 135 17 Singapore
9 Aug 2009 12:51PM
Amazing capture!! And quite magical considering you can't see the web Smile

Brilane 13 5 12 Wales
9 Aug 2009 1:39PM
Lovely close-up, Pam. I tried a close crop in portrait format and it made a striking picture.
Also I notice that you uploaded at 400x300 pixels which didn't help the overall effect, sorry for being a bit 'picky', :o)
gingerdelight 13 298 11 United Kingdom
9 Aug 2009 3:27PM
Good capture - both you and the spider! Maybe cropping would have made a difference, but this is still a super image!
x Carol x
JimV 13 6 3 Canada
10 Aug 2009 4:19AM
Wonderful capture Pam, I don't think cropping would change anything for the better, but pity we cannot see the web!
Rgds., Jim
Pegon 14 78 1 England
11 Aug 2009 3:18PM
Excellent capture.
11 Aug 2009 7:26PM
The gruesome world of the spider Pam, I like it as is, the felling of space around it works for me, as its how we see them, fine capture, Adrian
RTDS 11 Cyprus
13 Aug 2009 8:58AM
Excellent capture with awsome details.
taggart Plus
15 47 14 United States
21 Aug 2009 2:08PM
Fantastic details!
redshank 10 1 United Kingdom
21 Aug 2009 6:58PM
Fabulous image, great detail and BG.
danbrann 15 640 17
30 Aug 2009 3:22PM
A crop would have been good but leaving it whole shows what a struggle is going on. Super Pam.

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