Thought I would share :)

carriefrbarrie

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I was in the mood to take a few pictures of my beauties tonight, I hope you enjoy them as much as I do :)
Here is my C.cyaneopubescens sling enjoying his new web.

Here is my A.geniculata sling getting ready to molt soon.

Here is my C.fasciatum sling fresh from his molt on Friday.

Here is my big, beautiful B.smithi female.


Carrie :)
 

MrT

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Very nice pictures,;)
How did you post them, all in one post?


Ernie
 

The_Phantom

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Ah, I think she linked the pictures from another site using this:

[image]website w/photo.jpg[/image] (except it has to be IMG not image)

You can insert as many pictures as you want using this method.


BTW, Carrie, nice pics.....your second picture, that one going to molt.....WHAT A FATTIE !!! :D :eek:
 

Mad Scientist

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Ah, I think she linked the pictures from another site using this:

[image]website w/photo.jpg[/image] (except it has to be IMG not image)

You can insert as many pictures as you want using this method.


BTW, Carrie, nice pics.....your second picture, that one going to molt.....WHAT A FATTIE !!!
dam* beat me to it , :D lmao :D
 
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carriefrbarrie

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Hehe...yep, Noris is a bit of a hog and I have a feeling he's going to be a fair size after the molt! Your right about the way I posted the pictures, I use this site to host: www.picipici.com and once I have the photos up I open the large picture, right click and open properties. Then I copy the address there and paste it into a thread like this: [image] but use img instead of image when you actually do it, then paste the url and [/image] but use /img in the brackets when actually doing it and voila, instant pics. I hope that makes sense! Would you believe that I took those pictures only using my sony camcorder and a pic capture program on my 'puter? No flash, only a light suspended briefly above the spider and some patience. Its fun and I'm definatly enjoying this hobby!
Carrie
 

Nixy

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Aaaaaaaaaaaaaw Cute adorable and Wow. that one Is a chubby little darling.
But a happy looking one.

:)
 
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