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Great shots Frank.
Wow... how strange, for our Daddy Long Legs are spiders over here, In fact, if they had larger mouths, they would be one of the most poisoneous of spiders. Cool images though. Hope your week is grand~
WOW Frank - these shots are AMAZING!!Well done!
I love to watch Daddy Long Legs; they're so graceful! I've never seen them mating, though. Thanks for the experience.
Hi. I stopped by via OBN. Your photos are stunning! I'll be stopping by again. I'm glad you were the featured blogger.
Another from the OBN, absolutely stunning photographs my man, I see I have a lot to learn.Regards,John
Thanks Trevor.Hi Mary. As a youngsters we would catch the Craneflies and end up holding a leg as they broke away .. definitely no fear of being bitten!The break away grand, if somewhat overshadowed by the very wet weather.Thank you Kerri,Hi Jeanne. First time I had seen this action as well!Hi Kim@Snug Harbor. Thanks for the compliment and hope you enjoy the future posts.Murphyfish. I appreciate your visit and comments John.
Amazing details in these! A point and shoot...really? Terrific!
Thanks Tammy. They were far too preoccupied so getting close was not a problem.
Wow! that little powershot really does a great job! Craneflys scare some people over here, they think they are a giant mosquito.
I hope you enjoyed your visit and I appreciate your comments.