31 Photographs of Spiders That Will Make Your Skin Crawl

Spiders are one of those photographic subjects that you either love or hate. Some of us run squealing from the monster in our view-finders, while others stick around and get some unforgettable macro shots. These amazingly beautiful photographs of spiders (if somewhat creepy for some of us) show what can be done if you have patience and vision with these creatures. Personally, I am content to watch from a distance.

Come Closer, Jumping Spider [Salticidae] by giovzaid85, on Flickr

Dear Santa define good…….Explore by graftedno1, on Flickr

what are you staring at??? by spettacolopuro, on Flickr

Jumping Friend by CharlesLam, on Flickr

local area network (explored) by Outburner, on Flickr

I think I need a leg wax by aussiegall, on Flickr

White Spider by Edwin Dalorzo, on Flickr

I see You……….Explore by graftedno1, on Flickr

Four eyes by Tambako the Jaguar, on Flickr

Female Jumper…..Explore by graftedno1, on Flickr

The Business End by Furryscaly, on Flickr

Closer Look by CharlesLam, on Flickr

Jumping Spider (IMG_5728R) by Schristia, on Flickr

4 Eyes by Yogendra174, on Flickr

Red Band Eyes (Explored #122) by Yogendra174, on Flickr

Brown Daddy-long-legs by graftedno1, on Flickr

Morning spider on the move by Joi, on Flickr

Jumping Spider by bareego, on Flickr

Spiny Orb Weaver Spider On A Dry Leaf by giovzaid85, on Flickr

You are Mine.. Only Mine! by Yogendra174, on Flickr

Spider waiting in curled leaf hideout by bareego, on Flickr

A spider's leaf-lair by wolfpix, on Flickr

green spider with bright orange markings – indet. from W-Papua by gbohne, on Flickr

The Jumping Spider by williamcho, on Flickr

Food Dance by CharlesLam, on Flickr

Head On by CharlesLam, on Flickr

Branch-tip Spider #5 by graftedno1, on Flickr

On Guard by aussiegall, on Flickr

Metaphid Jmping Spider #2 by graftedno1, on Flickr

Oxyopes ramosus by Gilles San Martin, on Flickr

It's Me Again (IMG_5720R) by Schristia, on Flickr

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Rob is the founder of Light Stalking which is one of the most shared photography sites online. He is also co-founder of Photzy. You can find him on Twitter, Facebook, and mail as well.


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