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    Spider shot....

    Discussion in 'GENERAL CRITIQUE CORNER' started by haynchinook334, May 18, 2010.

    1. haynchinook334

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      Shot with a D90
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      No editing was added, straight from the camera. All that was added was the boarded and watermark.

      All C&C is welcomed and will be applied in next shots. Thanks...

      [​IMG]
       
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      Cool shot, that thing's just freaky looking :eek:
       
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      Thanks....

      That one is the bigger of the two. This one is 6'' TL, the other one is 3.5''ish TL.
       
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      yeah, those camel spiders are pretty freaky... friends serving in iraq have talked about some big ones over there, probably the size of that thing
       
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      They are freaky. The ones in Iraq seems to be smaller then the ones in Afghanistan. The biggest one I have seen was a 10'' TL, from the front of the "feelers" to the back of it's legs. Never seen a dinner plate size one yet, but maybe someday.
       
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      Yeah, I think I'll pass on that... haha. I had a 5" (leg span from end to end) rose hair tarantula as a pet and that was plenty for me. At least they're kinda cute, as spiders go.

      I'd need a change of pants if I came across a camel spider that size in the wild
       
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      Not a huge spider fan my self. Chop sticks was the method for picking these guys up.
       
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      I can’t see the photo :/
       
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      Cuz this threads 8 years old
       
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      lmao:D
       

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