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the touch of light

Posted by
daniela scharnowski (Berlin, Germany) on 17 September 2011 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

That´s when I saw Ebrechtella tricuspidata, the tiny green flower crab spider from last week, first.
Actually I wanted to make some nice creamy bokeh´ed shots with the takumar 55mm in reversed setting - after one - this- shot I changed the lens and got the tripod ;)
here you got a good example of the spider´s size on our japanese anemone, petals are 3-4 cm long.

PENTAX K-x 1/1250 second F/0.0 ISO 200 55 mm

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PENTAX K-x
1/1250 second
F/0.0
ISO 200
55 mm

spider
anemone
macro
reversed-lens
takumar
55mm
2011