Oh, my.I can see some legs, I think, or I'm hallucinating!!! Cool!
Nice shot! I think I can see him...but I'm not getting any closer!!
He's waiting for you to get closer ;) Nice shot.About getting close to bumblebees: they are really gentle and laidback, many will even allow you to pet them. So they won't mind you and your camera, I'm sure.
Well I wouldn't stick my hand down there to find out what kind of spider he is but I am curious. He built himself a beautiful home didn't he? And you took a great photo!
Oh, I can see that spider, alright. Gives me shivers.
A great find TB. He is just waiting for some unsuspecting grasshopper to come along.
Oh! the only kind of spider I know that builds a funnel type web is a Hobo Spider, nasty little beasty!Nice capture.
It needs to do some cleaning.
I can see enough of a spider to know that it would send my daughter into a conniption. But I agree that the photo itself is incredible!!PS Am I dating myself by using words like conniption?
Creepy and cool shot! :o)
Yeah, I could see its legs. CREEPY and exciting. :)
What a marvelous find!!!Hugs and blessings,
Excellent capture. That's a big spider.
Yep, I see your spider, and that's as focused as I want to get.
Beautiful perspective. Given the light you have on this shot, an f/11-f/16 would have helped you get the details on the spider as well.This is a lovely image anyways.
Nice shot but...eeewww! lol
That is a really, great shot ... and yes, I can just see the spider..I actually like that you can can just get a hint of it ... it really adds drama to the photo. The lurking, half hidden presence of danger :-)
I really like spiders! I'm so grateful that the gobble up the mosquitoes in the house during the summer! What a wonderful cave!
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