Friday, March 23, 2012

Spiders & Dice

22 comments:

  1. Hey, cool spider! Hey, cool d20! :)

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  2. Spiders - eeeewwww!!!! That's just plain gross. I'm not sure I want to know what they have to do with dice.

    You made me laugh on your comment on my blog. I won't review movies. I will only mention whether or not I like them. I'm always afraid I'll give too much away! My blog was mostly about my experiences at the theatre.

    Thanks for stopping by, though! Have a good weekend!!

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  3. Okaaay. Spiders and dice. Now I'm going to try to figure out where you're doing with this.

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  4. If this marks the advent of a new era of macrophoto for the Happy Whisk, where each nook and cranny of of a grilled cheese sandwich is revealed before our eyes, then we are blessed.

    I consider jumping spiders a good omen in any case. They never have let me down.

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  5. Ewww! Spiders and I don't get along too well. I had to get the Boy to deal with one earlier today for me!

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  6. The link looks to be both are on the same surface? Did you take the pic? If so realy good Macro and a way steady hand.

    Ian

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  7. How odd.

    That spider certainly has a face for radio.

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  8. Hey Guys: Just a quick answer to everyone as I am off to work. Three more days of this crazy week.

    I did take the pictures, both on our back deck rail. And yes, I do believe that little guy has a face for radio.

    Thanks to all you folks for dropping in. I hope you each have a yummy weekend.

    As for me, I'm off to chop veg, make pasta salad and desserts.

    Cheers and boogie boogie.

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  9. ew, I HATE spiders. But I had to look...

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  10. Was the "14" you rolled enough to score a hit on the spider?

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  11. The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout...

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  12. That is a great macro shot of that spider. It's hard to get a shot with that kind of clear detail on one of those guys. They refuse to sit still. I tried last summer to get a shot like that and never got it. I'm going out to grab some sun right now!!

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  13. Looks like the dice is bigger.
    And that's an amazing shot of the spider!

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  14. I HATE spiders, except in the garden. EWWWWWWWWWWW

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  15. Oh my goodness! That little guy is adorable!
    I love jumping spiders.
    Great shot on that little guy, you really got the greens to pop out.

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  16. That is one scary looking spider :(

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  17. Hello Gang: Thanks for the drop in today. It was a long beeping day at work. Insert your favorite swear, grumble or moan.

    As for Bard's question: With my +2 camera, and +1 for skill focus, it was an easy shot. Spider never had a chance.

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  18. That spider looks pure evil!!

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  19. Ray: Sure does. Congrats again on your win.

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  20. I love the spider. Well done :) Gorgeous colour he is too.

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  21. Niki: Thanks, he was fun to shoot.

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  22. Normally I can't say I'm the biggest fan of Spiders, but this guy is kind of cute - as long as he isn't about to leap onto my face and run up my nose!!!!! The D20 is very nice too, I still look at mine up in the attic and pine for an evening of Dungeon crawling.

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