Monday, September 17, 2012

Spider with a taste for gold!

In case you missed him in my earlier "Two on One" post, here's an enlargement of the daisy with spider (the insect didn't come out as well when enlarged, so this is now "1-on-1")
(I'd be grateful if someone could explain to me how to active the "click to enlarge" option seen on some blogs)

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15 comments:

lorik said...

You did it! Two art images out of one:) I love both. I often enjoy doing that, ie. taking sections and enlarging. It could go on forever, couldn't it:)
btw your image was "clickable" (if that is what you meant.)
Thanks again for being par of MoM.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Nice close up. I clicked; it enlarged.

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

Wow now I can see it better. Lovely image!

Fun60 said...

Thank-you for enlarging the photo and reposting as I couldn't see it on the first picture. It is a beautiful spider. You are right when you say golden spider.

Dianne said...

Ah! he's not any old spider .... he's an exquisite pearl pink specimen.

Danielle said...

I have never seen a spider like that....not a big spider fan but this one is quite beautiful and unique.

Jesh StG said...

Oh, it took me reading your post twice, before I spotted the sneaky little spider! Have a great week!

Beyond Wandering said...

What a stunning photo!

chubskulit said...

So rich and beautiful!

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EarthAppleJane said...

Such a lovely, sunny photo. Makes me feel happy! Thank you!

Gunilla B├Ąck said...

Beautiful shot with the tiny spider!

Marie said...

Great close-up. You see these tiny spiders sometimes. They are so cute.

Pia said...

This spider is a nice one! What a beautiful photo!

cassandra said...

Must be sweet and juicy:) Smart spider..

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Beyond the Dog Dish said...

Ah definitely appreciate the close up photograph so I was able to enjoy the details. Great macro shot.

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