Wichita Mountains Red Tarantula – Headshot (Chelicerae)

Post on October 2, 2012 Spider BugsMacro

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Not the most appealing spider for up-close headshot, the Wichita Mountains Red Tarantula Chelicerae are hairy and dull in color but they are huge! I didn’t have my MPE-65 with me so it was taken with 180mm and 2x III.

  • Canon, EOS 1D Mark IV
  • EF 180mm F3.5L USM Macro
  • ISO 320, 1/60s, F10 ,360mm
  • Wichita Mountains, OK
  • September 15, 2012
Wichita Mountains Red Tarantula - Headshot (Chelicerae)

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