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Old 08-31-2009, 08:40 PM   #57
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Any even better than lighting is a kid who can 'ham' it up.

Here son #3 pretends a petrified log is rolling over on him. Again its back to 2001 with poor digital resolution. Taken in Petrified National Park in Arizona.

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Old 09-06-2009, 02:56 PM   #58
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This one was taken in Santa Fe, NM.

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Sky_watcher.

That's a beautiful picture, with all the different colors. I love wild flowers.

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I took this back in 2001 with a Kodak digital, plus a home made closeup lens. I was interested in the W or M on the head of this spider.



While camping this weekend I saw this and was wondering if the W or M on the head had anything to do with the spiders writing?



The writing was done by the same spider, Golden Orb. Maybe that's it's signature

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Wow, that's a pretty impressive spider shot with a homemade close-up set up!

I have seen a lot of spider webs in my time(I photograph those too), but I've never seen that kind of "writing" in them.
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Old 09-11-2009, 05:39 AM   #61
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I have seen a lot of spider webs in my time(I photograph those too), but I've never seen that kind of "writing" in them.
I stand to be corrected

The photo with the writing was not done by the Golden Orb spider,it was done by a Writing Spider. That just goes to show how little I know about spiders



BTW the photo of the web with the writing and the above spider was taken with my Canon XTi on the close up setting

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Saw a Golden Orb this past weekend at HHI. That's a big spider, but harmless to humans.

We have lots of writing spiders around here, but not this year. Strange.
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Old 09-11-2009, 03:44 PM   #63
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Here's a photo I cleaned up a bit from HHI.

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Sunset in the Badlands of SD, and sunset in Juno Beach, FL.
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Ok, I'll supply a few of my fav's.

The first few are favorite scenes from CG's we've stayed at, the others, are shots I took from our trees last spring, after messin' with the macro setting on the digital camera.

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Thes Pix made me think, and I found a few of mine that I like. Not as good as some of these but here they are.
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Gotta love the pup!!! By the way, what was the challenge that your Emma won?
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Emma won best of breed in a just for fun dog show.
Of course she was the only Bulldog entered.
She was about 9 weeks old at the time.

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Good for Emma!! She's a doll.
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My first Zebra



Butterfly that is



I have been chasing these around for several years but never could get one to stay still long enough for me to get a close up shot.

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