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I love crab spiders, especially when they turn yellow on yellow flowers.Thanks for the gnome picture! You are my first gnome pic submission!
Hey! Thank you soo much for leaving such nice comments on my blog- it means alot! I have to say, you capture the most intresting things umong your flowers & plants! I'm hooked! The detail & quality of your images really is wonderful!! Keep up the great work and i look foward to see what else you have up your sleeve!!xoxox
Hunky-You're welcome! Gotta support "Getting Your Gnome On"! :)MyGuy-Thank you! I think you are incredibly creative, and I look forward to seeing what YOU'RE up to! :)
I've got a bunch of those here too. I think your camera must be better than mine, I can never get good bug shots. Well, I guess you need to be a good photographer to get good shots....
Oooh, that is a scary looking spider!
Cinj-Aw, thank you! I think it's as much luck and chance as it is talent, though I do LOVE taking pictures, since like 3rd grade with my old 110! (My hands aren't always that steady though, so I usually take at least 3 shots to get a really sharp one.) My camera has 10 megapixels which is fairly high, but it's still that staedy hand (or tripod) more than anything. I never really use a tripod either, cuz' I'm mostly cruising around the yard enjoying it and snapping on the fly.Meemsnyc-RIGHT? I bet the victims feel the same way!
hahahaha, Unfortunately, I have brought a few of those spiders into the house when I cut flowers. They don't like that too much.
That's pretty cool---and you know how I feel about spiders.
Deb-In the house?! Heh, I bet the spider's hunting sucess rate really drops indoors! :)Chuck-Yea, for a spider they're awfully pretty. (Though I like spiders regardless.)
Your gnome is in my new post!!
Oooh! Way cool! I'm going to check it out right now.... :)
I've tried to photograph those spiders on the Brugmansia and thought the results were ok, but wow - you can even see the 'face' in your spider picture, Lisa!Annie at the Transplantable Rose
Thanks Annie! I just love these little guys, and I seem to have a LOT of them. In fact, I began to notice them by accident on most of my macro flower pictures. Now I seek them out on purpose.
Nice job, girly! I love it! Is that a coneflower? Too cool.
Thanks! Yes it is a coneflower, "Green Envy".
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