Spidey Snooze after a Hard Days Work

Spidey Snooze after a Hard Days Work

Posted by Ben Cossy on 2018-05-24 03:24:14

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“Small Things” Study

A tiny little spider was sitting on my dusty computer, so in the rush to take it’s picture, I didn’t take time to dust!

Posted by OrlandParkBirdieGirl on 2018-01-15 10:18:35

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Als ich ins Bett wollte saß dieses Prachtexemplar an der Wand. Und das Makro-Objektiv stand schon verführerisch auf dem Tisch… // As I wanted to go to bed this showpiece was sitting on the wall. And the macro lens alluringly stood on the table…

Der Staub sagt mir im übrigen das ich hinter dem Rechner mal wieder sauber machen sollte. // The dust on it incidentally tells me that I should clean the area behind my computer again.

Posted by Rob-Wei on 2012-06-04 17:28:57

Tagged: , AF-S Micro NIKKOR 60mm f/2.8G ED , Arachnida , arachnophobia , Arachnophobie , Araneae , D5000 , DE , Deutschland , Germany , macro , Makro , NIKKOR , Nikon , Nikon D5000 , spider , Spinne , Webspinne

spider front stairs 1

spider front stairs 1

A spider, species unknown, sits in its orb-type web on my front stairs in Albany, CA. (in the railings…) Taken by a Nikkormat FT2 with a 55mm ƒ3.5 Micro-Nikor AI lens on Kodak Portra 400VC. Negative scanned into computer by an HP G4010. Cropped heavily to 4×5 aspect ratio.

This individual appears to be missing a leg – at least, I only count seven legs… Yes, the shot is grainy and somewhat dusty… (on this shot, I couldn’t distinguish dust on the negative from dust/dirt in the web) On my 17" CRT screen (1152×864 resolution) this shot is at least twice life size – possibly 3x…

Posted by THE Holy Hand Grenade! on 2010-10-19 14:11:37

Tagged: , spider , Nikkormat FT2 , Kodak , Portra 400VC , 400VC , geotagged , BokehLicious , Micro-Nikkor 55mm ƒ3.5 AI , Albany, CA , Just Geotagged Flowers and Wildlife

Cellar Spider BY 5-8-13

Cellar Spider BY 5-8-13

A Cellar Spider (exact species unknown – there are 20 species in the genus Pholcus that are very similar to each other…) Pholcus sp? that I found in an un-dusted corner of my computer room (a converted bedroom) in Albany, CA. Taken by a Nikon F4s with a Micro-Nikkor 55mm ƒ 3.5 AI lens on Kodak Portra 400.

Taken at 1/2 life-size on the film plane…

That’s a window stile (painted grey) behind the spider… I caught the translucence of the legs… Unusually for this genus, this guy/gal has all his/her legs…

For a true "The Spider That Ate Albany" experience, try this shot in original size!

Posted by THE Holy Hand Grenade! on 2013-09-21 15:55:35

Tagged: , Cellar Spider , spider , Albany, CA , Nikon F4s , Micro-Nikkor 55mm ƒ3.5 AI , Kodak , Portra 400

Over My Head

Over My Head

A large spider may be living behind the picture frame over my computer desk. Doubtful that I will be dusting or cleaning this frame for a while . . .

Eastern Parson Spider – IDed by Dougeee

Posted by mcnod on 2014-10-13 08:39:49

Tagged: , mcnod , spider , ferndale , september , 2014 , eastern parson , Herpyllus ecclesiasticus , eastern parson spider

The old weather computer from the field station

The old weather computer from the field station

After this computer died, I found a black widow living in it, under a thick layer of dust. Not a good sign.

Actually, I’m surprised the computer lasted as long as it did. Sitting on the floor in a dusty rough-hewn ranch house in the middle of a desert surrounded by sandy dirt fields is probably not an optimal operating environment for a cheap consumer-grade computer

Posted by TimeScience on 2011-03-31 18:46:37

Tagged: , rio mes , fiel station , dead , computer , dust , black widow , humor , funny , spider