Thursday, September 17, 2009

arachno-vision

I DO believe I can see her eyes better now, than I did through the viewfinder. You know what? She's staring right at me. Hey Spider! Take a picture; it lasts longer!

10 comments:

imac said...

Nice capture Craver.
its a wonder she never ran away.

L.L. Barkat said...

Fun.

If you like spiders, you should look at this... totally cool...

http://www.juliaoldham.com/videos/night-spider.htm

nAncY said...

yikes!

Shammickite said...

Thats a bigg'un!
A face only a mother could love.

Louise said...

I'm glad I'm not afraid of spiders!

lime said...

gives me the heebie jeebies but i can appreciate the capture of detail. now smush it!

i keed, i keeeed!

Craver Vii said...

She stayed Imac. And I got more pics of the same spider again later.

L.L., I like spiders a lot, actually. That's a freakish spider imitation, especially when it's sped-up like that.

Heh heh. Nancy, you should see the newest pic I took last night. It had an angle almost parallel with the web.

Not big enough Shammy. There are still other flying bugs near the web.

Usually I like them a lot Louise, but they still have the capacity to startle me, and on occasion they'll inspire a psychotic crazy dance... you know, when you're so scared you want to jump out of your skin.

The screamin' heebie jeebies... that's the name of the dance Lime. No smushies Kidder, but maybe I'll relocate her when she's finished her work at my front door.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Good thing I'm not afraid of spiders! Is she trying to cover her eyes because you are so brilliant?

Denise said...

Very cool photo! When you can get this close and see so much detail, they are fascinating little creatures. Thanks for stopping by. You made me laugh about the silver-bells remark. You also asked me a while back about which one of us has which camera? Depending on what we want to take photos of, we usually trade off. On a long walk we are always passing that camera back and forth. Have a great weekend.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Craver: It's no wonder the are prehistoric beasts in some horror movie, nice capture.