Taken with my Sigma 70-300. I was lamenting that Tokyo didn't have the pretty spiders I found in Korea, but here they are! This one was just a few minutes from my house.
Daddy long legs on Jenny's house
A red spider mite taken with reversed lense. As you know these guys are very tiny.
Jumper on the carpet.
In Yultong Park, Bundang, Korea
This was in my entryway in Tokyo. These are very tiny, so needed stacked lenses to get enough magnification.
Another spider from Seattle
Taken with my Sigma 70-300 and a little fill flash
I don't know what kind of spider this is, but I have seen it several times, always roled up in some sort of leaf.
Another view of the orange spiders so prevalent in Seattle
I was amazed at how many flies this spider had collected.
Taken in Seattle with my Sigma 105
This is a little red spider that seems to be the male version of the bigger one that is curled in the leaf. They were sharing the same web. Tokyo
Found this one in Hakone, Japan.
Another view of the kogane spider. I will have to find out the English name.
I like how the web and light rays cross each other.
This lovely lady was found floating in Max's water dish in Pittsburgh. It was pretty big - about 1 inch across.
I found this spider on my neighbor's biwa seedling.