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Old Aug 20, 2011, 4:51 AM   #1
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Default The Spider With Horns :P- Fz40

It has been raining here quite a lot lately so we get to see all kinds of stuff walking, flying, creeping along :P

I found this little dude sitting on our family car. Don't they look like horns.

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Old Aug 20, 2011, 8:16 AM   #2
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Really nice and detailed shots of spider, good job xHassan!
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Neat looking spider shots xhassan, my pick is #3.

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Good series xHassan, #1 is my choice for detail
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These tiny jumping spider are soooo cute, I love them. I had a resident one in my yard all summer but now I can't find him..... Your first 3 shots are adorable. They look like this up-close..

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Great shots, love #3. It's as though he's saying, "Please, no flash photography!"
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Thank you everyone

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The poor dude is so innocent looking

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Lol! Yeah
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