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PostPosted: Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:14 pm 
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Went back for a more front on shot.

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wow, nice one. Is this taken with the Sigma 150.
Great colour and sharpness, do you know what spider it is?

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Had a hard time getting this capture, the spider was about a foot over my head and my camera would not auto focus well.

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Banana Spider by JohnnyMThomas, on Flickr


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@maxjj I'm told it's an Araneus diadematus and yes I used the Sigma 150mm on that. I'm not 100% happy with the lighting as it was camera flash in both but the conditions with the wind didn't make me want to stick around it.

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