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Wonderful Picture!!!!



Thank you, Kevin and Ken!

Thank you, Ken and Sixten! I did not get out there often enough this year - so let that be one of my New Year's resolutions :)

Yes, I can see the difference!

Yes, Sir, f/22 is my go-to aperture for that effect. I used f/22 the very first time I went for a star burst, it worked well, and I've never (intentionally) tried any other f-stop. Fortunately for me this lens is still really sharp at that small aperture!

Excellently captured moment with a fine idea.

Thank you, Kevin and Florentine ( Exactly! Only two little exceptions I realized only later: Maybe the big bear in a very light sleep somewhere there..? And that photo hobby hobbit escaping by skiing? :)

Best Wishes & Season's Greetings

Fabulous photo, Kevin. Excellent composition, wonderful macro. like and favourite



Really liked ur shot. I have shot this similar species here in India, with the spider boasting that same bizarre zig-zag pattern on it's web. I guess this formation has more to do with a defence mechanism to deter any predator that may threaten this guy(if there's any), than to be about actually catching the prey itself. But who knows, maybe this one wants to appear a bit "photogenic" :) :). But anyways,it's a great shot. Liked.



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