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Thread: Lynx spider with really amazing and vibrant design

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    Default Lynx spider with really amazing and vibrant design

    The headshot of the facepainted predator

    Spotted this amply big lynx on the bark of a tree and after spotting me it took off and tried its level best to hide off under a newly grown leaves. But in the course of time it came off and started taking its pose for catching its prey and this was at that moment when I could get its clear headshot

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    Canon 550D
    Canon 100mm macro
    F/10
    Shutterspeed 1/200
    ISO 200
    Handheld, Inbuilt flash used

    Location: SGNP, close to Dahisar river area
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    Nice shot. ...good details ...Pajwal bhai

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    Nice head on pose. Good details. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice pose. Some more space at the bottom may have been good. I am imagining this one with a camera on tripod and a further narrow aperture like f16 or so. Thanks for sharing.
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    Sabyasachi

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    Hamadruas ​sp. Very nicely done.

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    Thanks
    Sabyasachi Sir, getting the shot on tripod may have been difficult as it was almost at my eye level and I was standing on a raised land, basically some form of narrow ledge, so I guess placing the tripod would have been difficult

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