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Too big for noms?

honez



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I followed the progress of this jumping spider for a while to see if he came across something to eat. He thought for a while and decided against trying to tackle the bigger spider before he left to look for something more suitable for dinner.
Handheld, High ISO large aperture shot, hence the noise.
Next time I venture out into the backyard I'm taking my tripod, 'cause I was pleasantly surprised at how many tiny beasts there were to photograph.
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