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"Is in focus? Often enough a shot in crystal razor sharp focus is what is best. Then sometimes in a rare bit of luck you just discover that magic happens.

This is called the Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider (Poecilotheria metallica) and even its name is all fancy. They're insanely rare, too, only being found in a single location which is severely fragmented. The extent of occurrence is less than 100 km2. Habitat: Southeastern India and Sri Lanka Status: Critically Endangered

This is called the Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider (Poecilotheria metallica), found in a single location which is severely fragmented. The extent of occurrence is less than 100 Habitat: Southeastern India and Sri Lanka Status: Critically Endangered

Possible Young Women in Excellence....Now that is interesting!

Dress Theme for Bachlorette Party. Light up dresses, outdoor pillows, movies projected on the fence! The Dress/Lamp Tree by Tim Walker - stunning!

Motionless in White XD

Motionless in White XD this made me rly happy

I love Chris Motionless so much, but the last picture makes me feel a little uncomfortable.

Motionless In White ~ Chris Motionless (Cerulli) close enough.

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Neil Bowman/FLPA/imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock (5310228a).. Brown Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda jugulans), on door frame, Southeast Queensland, Australia.. VARIOUS.. ..

Spot the giant spider lurking behind this glass door

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Neil Bowman/FLPA/imageBROKER/REX/Shutterstock Brown Huntsman Spider (Heteropoda jugulans), on door frame, Southeast Queensland, Australia.

Golden orb weavers have toxic webs | Anguished Repose, nightmares for life, thank you.

Bird-Eating Spiders - Flying into the web of a giant Golden Orb Weaver spider and becoming stuck in it spelled the end for this native Australian finch.

Wolf Spider carrying her young. From Jacobo Martin on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/51708886@N03/6355533401/

Wolf Spider carrying her young. The egg sacs are attached to her spinnerets, which produce silk.

Just Sheer Awesomeness!

Just Sheer Awesomeness!

peacock spider Maratus speciosus by Jurgen Otto, omg this is actually real!

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