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    a_marines_wife03 is offline Nikon D90 Sigma 17-70mm
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    Default spider web

    I have never shot a spider web before so I thought i would share it. Hope you enjoy



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    Focal length 38mm
    Aperture 3.8
    subject distance 750mm
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    Nice shot..I have tried to shoot a web but never came out this good..keep up the good work and TFS

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    Whoa..thats some web!!..Dont wanna meet the owner

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    Nice shot. TFS.
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    Well captured!!
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    Wow that is one huge web.
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