The bee is subdued, and now must be carried away.
Taken May 22nd. This spider was hard to see as it was blended in so well.
Why spin a web when the food comes to you. Shot at 1/320 and I used my custom made dual flash brack
Orb Weaver Spider in its web.
Orb weaver Spider.
Orb Weaver Spider fixing its web.
ISO 640, 1/500 shutter speed, f14.
Hard to see unless you really look.
I think this is a Shamrock Orb Weaver.
A Black and Yellow Garden Spider.
Fixing the web.
The Fly is now lunch for this Crab Spider.
The Crab spider is very hard to see until it is too late.
The spider attacks, but the bee got away, this time.
Harvestman spider is not a true spider.
This Garden Spider has a meal.
Early morning photo.
This is an orb weaver spider. It has a bee that was caught in the web.
Orchard Spider. Very beautiful. Very harmless.
The spider is now repairing the web.
This is a spider I took a photo of in Virginia. It is a Nursery Spider I think. It is definitely very large. Shot at f18, 1/800, iso 640.
The web is repaired, and the spider waits for the next victim.
This is a Garden Spider. Large, and scary looking.
This spider is fixing its web.
This little power house has just caught a bee. I did not see the spider jump, but was able to see, and photograph the fight. The bee was completely outclassed.
iso 640, 1/250, f-13.
This photo was taken a f22, and a shutter speed of 1/320 sec. Flash was used. It is a crab spider that was just sitting on a flower, waiting for lunch I guess.
This photo has about 5 shots shot at different focus points blended together.
The spider seems to be plucking the strings of the web checking it. iso 800, 1/250, f-13.
Shot the spider at iso 800, f-13, 1/250. I find these spider creepiest. This photo is a combined one from three other photos.
Shot at f13, 1/200 and iso 250. This Orb spider has caught a bee.
Orb Spider shot at f13, 1/250 and iso 500.
This spider was shot at f16, 1/125 shutter speed, iso 1000.
This is a Garden Spider. F11, 1/640, iso 800. I used two flash units mounted on a recent flash mount I designed and built.
I had accidentally damaged the web with my tripod. The spider was quick to repair. Shot at f14, 1/160 shutter speed, iso 1000.
I think spiders are the scariest thing another insect may ever have to face.
This is not a true spider, but a Harvestman spider. Often called a Daddy long legs spider.
One of my favourite spider photos. Shot at 1/125 shutter speed, f18, and iso 500.
Garden Spider shot at f13, 1/250 and iso 500.