Thank you, Matt! I was working on the processing when my arachnophobic son happened by and glanced at the screen.Matt Quinn wrote:Oh, the treasures one finds in the trash. Indeed, a happy cat, not large enough to eat a canary, but satisfied with what it has gotten. Great detail. Good capture. Matt
Thanks, Linda. I liked the shadow too. I thought it gave depth.LindaShorey wrote:Love it!! The shadow really makes the picture, along with the sharpness of the ultra-cool arachnid. Thanks so much for posting, Chuck.
Thanks, Piet. I'm surprised too. I would have gone for my real camera but there was no time, so I thought what the hey, nothing ventured, nothing gained.PietFrancke wrote:I am amazed at how well the shot turned out with that tiny cell phone sensor. Good job Chuck!!
Thanks Min! I think the cat face is in the markings on the abdomen, but I can't quite tell if it should be looked at upside down or right side up. Looked at right side up I think I can see eyes, feline nose, and whiskers. Maybe. Or not.minniev wrote:Very nice spider portrait, Chuck. I don't quite understand why she's named cat-faced, but that's OK too, I can enjoy her grand detail without knowing why she was so named.
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