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    Member big baldo's Avatar
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    found some time

    Hey all!. I've been out of the loop for a few weeks and havent had much time for any shooting.:cryin: My work always gets crazy when we start a new project.I've been lurking in the shadows reading and looking at everyones posts. there are some really great shots lately!:thumbsup:
    Heres a few from the past weeks. Nothing great but fun to try.
    I've got some nice fire ant bites on my elbow from trying to get a better angle on the ibis
    I have never seen this type of spider, until I moved to Fl. Nature works in funky ways!!
    Thanks for looking
    1. White Ibis (juvenile) I think
    2.Black necked stilt (I'm trying to figure out how to put a frame on)
    3.Funky spider (all you spider buffs can help here)
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails found some time-juvenile-white-ibis2-web.jpg   found some time-black-necked-stilt-2.jpg   found some time-funky-spider.jpg  
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    Nature/Wildlife Forum Co-Moderator Loupey's Avatar
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    Re: found some time

    We're all glad you're still around

    Nice images all. Nice composition on the ibis, nice reflection on the stilt, and that funky spider - well that's just funky.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Re: found some time

    Very strange looking spider indeed...If you hadnt stated it was a spider I would have thought it to be some odd looking crab
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    Re: found some time

    I don't know how I missed this thread... great shot's B/B! That spider is super cool looking!!!

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    Senior Member AmberC's Avatar
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    Re: found some time

    Great pictures

    The spider is of the Orb Weaver family or :

    Gasteracantha cancriformis (Linnaeus)

    sometimes called:
    Spined Micrathena, spinyback spiders or crab spiders

    cam: Sony a100 DSLR
    Please do not edit my images.. thanks

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