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    Posted: 25 December 2021 at 12:55
Last week I was cooking a meal when this little bugger showed up. Didn't care for the heat. Luckily I had my A99+100macro close at hand.

1) Little bugger


2) My burner!


3) Heating up


4) Line-up on the dots


5) Surrounded by flames


6) Surrounded by flames 2


7) I'm outta here


Edited by paso144 - 25 December 2021 at 16:09
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Post Options Post Options   Quote angora Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 December 2021 at 14:18
jumping spider! it's what they do!
looks great in blue, in flames!
sincerely hope it refrained from kamikaze actions, hope you didn't roast it.
(ever seen Thomas Shahan's stuff?)
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@angora, that's some pretty amazing stuff from Thomas Shahan. Thanks for the link.

The little jumping spider did not get roasted and still lives somewhere in my furnace. Occasionally he pops up and strols around between the burners.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote angora Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 December 2021 at 16:54
in awe when I 1st saw that video (several videos by him, also his recipe on how to make it into National Geographic Mag ;)). it was Thomas S. who introduced me to jumping spiders, never heard of them before. thought: 'and where am I going to find a jumping spider?' on the kitchen door! they are like everywhere! ever seen how far they can jump?   
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@angora, yes they are very explosive. You can toss them around a bit and position them but if they are fed up the're springloaded.
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