Spider in B/W .

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M R Padmaraju
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Spider in B/W .
Sep 21, 2013

This spider looks good for me even in mono chrome. Do you agree ?

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It has four eyes.  

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In reply to ASR45, Sep 21, 2013

Absolutely......adds another dimension to it. 

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In reply to M R Padmaraju, Sep 22, 2013

Great shot!  I think monochrome works great for this particular spider.  Jumping Spiders are neat to photograph because they will actually turn to face the camera if you get their attention.

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