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Wildlife: Spider

I took this photo while trying out my new camera last spring. I wanted to see how good the images come out close up. So I was literally only the width of the camera and maybe another inch away from this dried plant outside my home when I snapped this photo. I went in the house and uploaded all my images.


When I looked at this photo, I almost screamed. I could not believe I was that close to this spider without ever seeing it! It looks much larger than it looked with the naked eye, I know. I had to go back outside to look without my camera to see why I did not notice it! It's coloring is one reason, but it was pretty small, too.

By Jodi

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December 17, 20100 found this helpful

When the first picture was shown, I thought "I don't see a spider" but in the second one. It is there! It blends in so well with the plant doesn't it? Mother nature at work!

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