Prey

by - Monday, September 13, 2010

adjust your monitor brightness and contrast to see all gray scale levels for better view   [ Nephila pilipes is a species of golden orb-web spider]

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9 comments

  1. nice! btw do you know this spider's name?
    I have a pic of the same spider taken in my home garden last week :) but its not pretty as yours.

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  2. Amazing how you have captured the those delicate strands of her web. Gonna try and do it too :)
    Is she poisonous?

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  3. i appreciate your patience...and your patience paid.you can definitely take up photography as profession.

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  4. Excellent captures. Think this is the guy

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  5. @silent;
    Thanks for the comment.

    Name found and updated with the help of K =D. ohh cool! I knew these spiders are common in home gardens. I would love to see your snap too.

    @sachira;
    Thanks for the lovely comment. Great! Hope we can see the results near future then :). Nope I think they are not poisonous.

    @md;
    Thanks for the comment; Yes it takes lot of patience to take wildlife photography. I had a good training session at Sinharaja while observing how pros do it. Actually I took these pics in different locations not at the same spot ;)

    Hmm yeah! But for now I love to take this as my hobby :D

    @k
    Thanks for the comment. Yep! I think that’s our guy. Thanks for the link mate.

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  6. WOW! Super macro work Anjana. Really impressed. Looking forward for more. Thanks for sharing.

    Cheers!

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  7. As always thanks for your lovely comment Me-shak.

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  8. I think if I see these guys too often I'm gonna cure my arachnophobia in no time. =D

    Excellent macros Anjana!

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  9. Thanks for the comment Harumi.

    Glad that it helps you ... lol

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