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Copyright: Johan Lyttbacka (jlm) (8)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2004-04-23
Categories: Nature
Camera: Canon EOS 300D, Canon EF-S 18-55mm, Digital JPEG
Exposure: f/5.6, 1/160 seconds
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2004-04-30 3:33
Viewed: 2300
Favorites: 1 [view]
Points: 8
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This spider was either trying to cover its tracks or makeing sure that he was seen. Found the spider climbing on the inside of the carwindow making these strange tracks on the moisture.
Added Kodak frame in ps, cropped, sharped with unsharp mask and did autolevels.
Hope you like it.

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  • Miks Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Note Writer [C: 14 W: 0 N: 15] (74)
  • [2004-04-30 3:43]

I do like it! The abstract pattern of the tracks, the great light, the transparancy of the glass and the droplets would have made a classic macro in their own right. But including that big fella in the pic makes it outstanding microphotography. It is really rare to get a dynamic 'action shot' in macro, but this one is highly energized.

I'll make it a fav.

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  • ilouy Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 63 W: 18 N: 57] (760)
  • [2004-04-30 12:01]

Very interesting... almost like 3 layers mixed in PS, but seems, as your note explain, that it is not. Was a good idea to take and share that shot! Strange world we are in! :-)

el seen, Johan. I think yi\ou are the first one to define how spider's tracks look. Wonderful image.

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  • manny Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 502 W: 24 N: 1499] (12033)
  • [2004-04-30 21:37]
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Very good. I like the colors and the frame. How did you do it? Any program for the kodak frame?

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