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    Donate your Spider pictures to a good cause

    Hey guys,

    A friends daughter is doing a school project on animals, and has chosen Spiders as her theme, in particular the Tarantula family. They have asked me if I could give them some of my spider shots, to which I happily agreed, but I don't have any shots of tarantulas, as they're not native here.

    If you have any spider shots, any at all (tarantulas are her main theme, but she'll be showing other spiders too), that you would be able to share for her to use in her project, please post them in this thread, and I'll pass them on to her.

    Thanks in advance

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    Good Luck with finding some pics. Im soo scard of spiders.

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    Here's a few low-res ones for you to start!

    Fred.jpg
    IMG_2981.jpg
    IMG_3612.jpg
    IMG_3700.jpg
    IMG_3701.jpg

    I've got more at home, so if you want more, just let me know.
    Believe it or not, oneof these was takenusing a Canon 100-400L lens!
    Not exactly a macro lens, but it sure does the job.
    All my photos are taken with recycled pixels.
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    oops, this was an accident
    Last edited by pellicle; 28-10-2011 at 2:31pm. Reason: double post

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    PM me if you want one full size/with out the size comparison.


    jumping spider size comparison by J Cyza, on Flickr
    Canon 60D - 24-105 F4 L - Sigma 10-20 - Kit lenses - 50mm F:1.8 - Tamron 90mm F:2.8 Macro - 430 exII _ Extension Tube Set


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    Thanks guys, good stuff, and very much appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennymiata View Post
    I've got more at home, so if you want more, just let me know.
    Believe it or not, oneof these was takenusing a Canon 100-400L lens!
    Not exactly a macro lens, but it sure does the job.
    I think we should have enough now, but thank you very much for the offer.

    You guys all rock. Cheers

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