Spiders tale

Discussion in 'Animals and Wildlife' started by Wes Hall, Sep 10, 2021.

  1. Wes Hall

    Wes Hall Member

    Trying to convey a story in photography has a strong allure for me, yet I find myself caught in the action of taking the shot before seeing what a sequence could show.

    So, in testing out a new lens, I spotted a struggle for life in my garden that's all too often viewed from only one side.

    The spider (Araneus diadematus) was one of the largest I'd seen this year, and she had caught herself a large meal in the shape of the worker bee.

    I've seen too many posts of people who would interfere and release the bee, simply based on their views of the spider.

    Fascinating to see life going about its business, I hope this series shows the struggle and reward. Spiders tale 2.jpg Spiders tale 1.jpg Spiders tale 3.jpg Spiders tale 4.jpg Spiders tale 5 web.jpg Spiders tale 6.jpg
  2. Dave Farnes

    Dave Farnes Well-Known Member

    A fine set, great detail in the markings on the spider.

    A spider fan myself, facinating animals.
  3. Wes Hall

    Wes Hall Member

    Thanks David, this female had some of clearest and defined markings I've seen on a cross spider. They're intriguing and beautiful creatures arachnids, albeit to observe in my book not touch :)

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