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Spider/ XC50-230mm + Raynox 150

Discussion in 'Macro' started by DaveX, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. DaveX

    DaveX Premium Member

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    Very breezy here today but had fun trying to get a shot of this spider as it was blowing in it`s web. Camera X-T20.



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    We have one very much like this hanging out above our back door (abdomen about 1/2" diameter). So far I've found it difficult to get good shots of it because it's up rather high, always in fairly dark shadows, and often hides in nooks in the siding.
     
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    I think I will give up on spiders until we have no breeze at all, better for macros then :)
     

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