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Discussion in 'Tarantula Pictures' started by papilio, Feb 25, 2012.
One word: STUNNING!
Wow - I love those shots Michael!!
I can't come up with a better word than WOW!
Damn, I'm sorry to hear that.
For some reason, most of your pics are not showing up. Those that are....are insane! Amazing stuff Michael!
Thanks a lot RegallRegius!
A. versicolor, 2i sling
Thanks for looking!
OMG this is absolutely magnificent.
Thanks very much louise!
Here's a motion slideshow created from all of the images of my A. versicolor 2i molt project.
Music credit: "Ground Swell" from the "Diva" soundtrack, Vladimir Cosma.
So sorry guys, somehow I missed all of your kind comments last time I posted!
Thanks a lot everyone!! :biggrin:
Avicularia sp. "Kwitara River"
Hapalopus sp. "Columbia large"
An update on the A. versicolor slings, still 2i
Your photography is some serious next level stuff. Some of the finest macro work I've ever seen!
Thank you Wasabiroot, very kind of you and I appreciate it very much!
Nhandu coloratovillosus, 1-inch sling
Sheesh, guess it's about time I update my thread!
Avicularia sp. "Kwitara River" sling
Avicularia versicolor, 2i
Nice Avics - wonder how you learned about the Kwitara... [emoji6]
Just some guy I know told me about them.
This first is Chad's rare and very unusual Pachistopelma bromelicola. It's tough to see in a photo but in real life the very flat carapace is quite striking.
One of my favorite terrestrials, I shot this juvie female Brachypelma albopilosum at a local pet store.
And one of the 2i Psalmopoeus pulcher slings I picked up from Chase, these playful little guys will always be a favorite to photograph.
Your photos are just stunning. Love the P.pulcher
Truly Talented Michael..Truly!
Dat Pachistopelma do...
Wonder if he keeps them with a Bromeliad in the cage as a hide.
Absolutely amazing, all of them! Got enough wallpapers now to last me a lifetime