Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Out and About

The Wasp Spiders seem to be thriving, I found another colony some distance from last years.
I assume that the smaller, dead one in the web is the male.






28 comments:

  1. Brilliant pictures.. Great shots and macro.. Best regards..

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  2. Enjoyed all the photos! You've got 'the touch'!!

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  3. Beautiful photos as always! I don't think I've ever seen a Wasp Spider.

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  4. Great set and variety of pictures.
    Cindy

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  5. Very good macro stuff there, John.

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  6. Mainio 'Kuvasto' luonnosta ja ötököistä...

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  7. I am not crazy...at all, about spiders, but you got some beauties, s well as birds and posies...great captures as always~

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  8. Fabulous selection of photos! I have never seen a Wasp Spider - I'm not a fan of Spiders but he is beautifully marked.

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  9. Fantastic shots! Time to be looking for wasp spiders at Windmill then....

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  10. Great shots John, That Wasp Spider is a beauty, Put my Moth trap out last night and also turned up a Swallow-Tailed Moth.
    Went to Hayle this morning and got the Pec.
    Hope to see you both around soon.

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  11. Pleased you got the Pec Mate,Moth trap out otnight.
    Might go down on the hunt tomorrow.
    Cya soon.
    John.

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  12. Great set of images, John, of which my favourites are the Crab Spider, Stonechat and the hoverfly(?). I'd love to see one of the Wasp Spiders in UK. I found one in Bosnia in 2008, not knowing what the hell it was, and I admit to being more than a little daunted by it!

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  13. fantásticas imagenes
    saludos

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  14. Great selection of images love the Wasp Spider.

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  15. Thank you for visiting us on "Les Fous du Cap". We love the Wap Spiders that we see especially in Britain ;-)
    Céline & Philippe

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  16. What a beautiful selection and the stonechat picture is my favorite! Gorgeous one

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  17. wow, lots of gorgeous shots in this blog. :)

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  18. Hi!
    lovely spider photos
    grettings from Sweden
    /Ingemar

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  19. Great set of photos, John!
    Naturally, my attention went immediately to your gorgeous female dragonfly (Aeshna cyanea), if it the latin name helps!
    Also the yellow moth is wonderful and I just love the Stonechat!
    Truly great pictures! Well done!

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  20. Strange I couldn't find my icon in your "Follower's" list!
    I was so sure I has registered as such looooooong ago! ;-)

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  21. Yeah, simply amazing set. I enjoying watching your pictures.

    Greetings from Spain.

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  22. Thank you for your comments.
    John and Sue.

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  23. That's a splendid set of pictures and the stonechat is beautiful! My fav for sure!

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  24. I just popped back to say I was sorry to read, in a comment you left, on Monty's blog that Sue has been unwell. I hope she is fully fit very soon.

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  25. Wow, that is quite some spider. Awesome captures! As always, your photography collages are out of this world! Gorgeous,crisp, detailed images of beautiful insects and birds.

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  26. A very nice blog - beautiful pictures!

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  27. Bellas secuencias de esta variedad de especies.Un saludo.

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  28. A wonderful selection of brilliant photos.

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