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Thomisidae - Misumena Vatia
Thomisidae - Misumena Vatia

Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: June Free Study (Advanced Editing II)
Camera: Olympus C-740UZ
Location: Minnesota
Date: Jun 26, 2004
Galleries: Nature, Macro
Date Uploaded: Jun 27, 2004


Place: 146 out of 384
Avg (all users): 5.6502
Avg (commenters): 7.2000
Avg (participants): 5.5844
Avg (non-participants): 5.8571
Views since voting: 787
Views during voting: 260
Votes: 203
Comments: 7
Favorites: 1 (view)

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01/21/2006 06:27:41 PM
Good capture, especially for your camera. Difficult likely due to quality issues, but '640' would have made this even better, even if it meant more 'surrounds'. Looks like fairly good capture of the eyes as well.
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01/21/2006 12:21:42 PM
cool i've never seen a white spider.
this pic is amazing
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 Comments Made During the Challenge
07/07/2004 03:23:24 PM
There should be a way to warn people of an approaching spider. I'm crusing alone voting and then YIKES! Very interesting shot and nice composition.
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07/07/2004 11:58:18 AM
Excellent capture and great exposure for a mostly white scene. Everythuing that needs to be sharp really is. Not crazy about Latin titles - but I bet a lot of nature photographers love it.
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07/05/2004 09:48:29 AM
SURPRISE! Two for one! Yikes - _my_ wife doesn't like surprises like this! Great shot!
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07/02/2004 12:09:19 PM
this photo brought on the chills for me......nice spider photo. I like the composition too, and the great muted colors
After reviewing my voting again....I am bumping this photo up to a 10.
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07/01/2004 06:14:38 PM
Ewww bug! The exposure is good and it's interesting how the bug has a similar camoflage coloring to the petals. I like how the petal he was 'hiding' behind is lifted up, almost like it is revealing the predator.
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