Look at the Small Details

Lets take a look at the small details of the Queen Anne's Lace.


And the small critters that call it home.





These two different little guys decided they wanted to come out for a photo shoot when I was capturing the details of the lace. They didn't want to hold still so it was very hard to get really sharp images of them. I like the one above with his 4 eyes, I think its a jumping spider and the other one is a crab spider...i think.  

Linking with MACRO MONDAY 2

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Jumping to another subject completely, I'm sharing this beauty with Tom at the 

I found it in the Nippenose Valley of PA. 

Have a great week everyone.  

Comments

Barb said…
Wow - awesome macros, Felicia! I don't want that little spider jumping on me!
Linda W. said…
whoa - amazing macro shots of the spiders! But I don't think I'd get that close to them....
orvokki said…
Lovely macros. And the barn is very nice.
Have a happy week.
Gosia k said…
Fantastic plant
Gemma Wiseman said…
Those little characters - especially one with 4 eyes...look amazing in macro. Interesting photos.
Mildred said…
Your photography is amazing.
Christine said…
That's about as up close and personal as I like with spiders! Super shots of them and the Queen Anne's Lace and as you rightly say, that barn is a beauty!
Tom said…
Felicia, I can do with out your creepy crawly critters, but your barn is a sight for sore eyes! It's a beauty, thanks for sharing this week and I hope to see you back again soon.
TexWisGirl said…
beautiful spiders!
eileeninmd said…
Hello, awesome spider photos. I love the red barn, beautiful scene. Happy Monday, enjoy the new week ahead!
Brian King said…
Excellent photos! Very nice detail! Love the barn!
Sandra said…
beautiful barn and love the bright blue silo. those spiders are amazing and these are great macro of them. they are colored perfectly to blend in with the lace... the first one the green is almost translucent.
Gail said…
Fantastic photos.

I have found many different spiders lately. I could not capture the white one well so glad to see what he may have looked like.

Madsnapper sent me. Have a blessed week.
Lea said…
Beautiful barn!
Love the macro shots, too!
Have a great week!
Carol Mattingly said…
OMG! That spider is adorable. I love all your photos. I see you are having fun doing close ups. Makes me want to buy a new lens. Carol
Lady Fi said…
Gorgeous details and a lovely barn.
Rajesh said…
Wow! Fantastic captures.
Ruth Hiebert said…
Amazing macro shots.
Bill said…
It's true, nobody does barns as well as you do! Beautiful macros as well.
Marco Luijken said…
Hello Felicia,
Wonderful pictures.
But the spiders look scary..brr...!! In real I am afraid of them.

Kind regards,
Marco
That really is a great barn! The blue silo really stands out.
My granddaughter was sitting on my lap when I opened you blog and she said "What scary spiders, grandma!" I think htye are kinda cool--the first one has interesting eyes and the second see though legs.
Primitive Stars said…
Evening Felcia, loved all the pictures, even the Itsy bitsy spider.Blessings Francine.
abrianna said…
Long as it's not a brown recluse spider! You captured them very well.
ak-ut said…
great macro shots !!!
Gattina said…
real amazing macros ! Didn't recognize the normally so gugly insects !
Marvelous photos and close-ups.
Best, Synnöve
NatureFootstep said…
wow, your tiny critters are good. Just realized I have been lazy with this for a long time. Thanks!
Amy Franks said…
Such an unusual plant and I love the creepy crawlies you capture too :-)
GreenComotion said…
You have great eyes to spot the spider and fabulous skills to snap these macros!
Way to go, Felicia!!
Have a Happy Day.
Peace :)
Debby Ray said…
Your macros just keep getting better and better! Gorgeous barns too...I want to live there :)
Gert said…
WOW! A three eyed spider...who knew?? lol Your photos are amazing!! Do you have a special lense for the macro?