Sunday, October 3, 2010

Orb Weaver/ Macro Monday

An orb weaving garden spider

This garden spider spun its web in a window inside of our garage.


Photographed right after a rain

This garden spider spun its web from a Buddleia (butterfly bush) to the corner of our garage.



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35 comments:

Farmchick said...

My daughter was amazed at these photos....and so was I. Excellent capture!

Becky and Gary said...

Excellant shots EG. Hard to get a good image on a window. Bravo!
B.

Kathy said...

This guy looks like a mean dude! But his portrait sure is nice!

Lesa said...

beautiful and creepy at the same time! love the droplets on the web!

Leif Hagen said...

I'm not exactly a spider fan but your macro photos are superb!

amatterofhowyouseeit.com said...

Super detail in these spider macros!

George said...

The detail in these macros is absolutely amazing.

Mike B. @ slugyard.com said...

Great Cross Spider shots!

Maaike said...

what a big fellows
great shots

Small City Scenes said...

Oh I really like these pics of the Spider and web. We seem to be having huge house spiders this fall. Thank goodness no poisinous ones around here.
Super macro of the rain drops on the web. Look how hairy the Spider's legs are. MB

Dave said...

phenomenal details!

Life Ramblings said...

excellent captures. great job.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

It is spider time, time to watch "Charlotte's Web." Great macros. Up close and fabulous!

GrandmaK said...

Beautiful! I'm speechless! Cathy

BJ Roan said...

EG! WOW! Great shots! Makes me want to jump back. ;)

see you there! said...

Yieee! That's up close and personal! Glad they aren't as big in real life as they are on my screen.

Great shots!

Darla

Rebecca said...

Nice shots with the spider and the water drops.

B SQUARED said...

Little Miss Muffet must be close by.

Elizabeth said...

Oh my goodness - amazing shots. I love the raindrops on that web. The details in your photos are incredible.

Francisca said...

Mother Nature's art... captured wonderfully by EG!

margie said...

fabulous macro.

Annelie said...

Oooooo, scary! But excellent!
I´m not afraid of them, but when they get so big, I´d rather have them on a picture, like yours...

tammymcchesney said...

Amazing details

BirgittaB said...

Don't like spiders, but great macro shots it is!

http://birgittasfoto.blogg.se/

Genie said...

WOW! I think you and I were on the same wave length this week....I do not know which one is more frightening...yours of mine. Yours is certainly a fine, fine picture. Great job!
Genie

Genie said...

Opps...I meant to tell you my scary spider is at:

http://climbingthedigitalmountain.blogspot.com/2010/10/weekend-nature.html

Genie

Rieni said...

what a great shot!!!

gospelwriter said...

Amazing closeups of the spider and its web - well done!

Kerstin said...

Beautiful pictures. Great details.

SouthernSass said...

Very nice shots! Not sure if I would want him in my garage though... :)

kaye said...

great shots, the orb spider is one of my favorites--I love their webs.

Cher said...

whew! amazing macro images!!!

lisaschaos said...

Awesome! Love seeing spiders and webs up close! And with droplets!

Carletta said...

You got very close!
Super macros!

Linnea said...

Wow! These are fabulous. It's like I could just touch them....yikes!

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