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Old 08-31-2014   #1
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The last few nights, this spider has woven his web on my front porch. It extends from pillar to my swing. If I were to walk between the swing and the front edge of the porch, I would have had him right on my face. I've managed to leave him be, a major restraint considering my arachnophobia.
So early this morning I tried to capture some images of him. I found him having breakfast. There was a breeze causing the web to sway every which way. So I used AI focus, burst mode to get a least one half-decent shot. I finally gave up after about 50 attempts.

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Old 08-31-2014   #2
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Wind and spider webs make for a tough shot, you did good.
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Thanks JJ
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Good capture - you have more patience than me
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Good shot given the windy condition


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