Evarcha arcuata with prey

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Evarcha arcuata with prey

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Probably my favorite subject to photograph is the jumping spider.

This one here I held as a pet for a few months before setting him free.

Image2019-07-13-10.58.01 ZS PMax 1 by Radu Dumitrescu, on Flickr
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I like that low angle -looks like it's floating!

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Dalantech wrote:I like that low angle -looks like it's floating!
I had him on a led light, so that adds to the floating effect.
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u/zerosapte wrote:
Dalantech wrote:I like that low angle -looks like it's floating!
I had him on a led light, so that adds to the floating effect.
Nice!

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Very nice! Interesting angle too.
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