Lady Macbeth

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© Dennis Blauer
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UploadedMarch 27, 2008
TakenMarch 27, 2008
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
Exposure1/125 sec at f/5.6
FlashCompulsory Flash
Focal Length300 mm
ISO200
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Okay. so here's my dilemma. i take a special pride in loving stigmatized creatures. Rattlesnakes, snapping turtles, fireants, spiders, etc. So far, i've been content to let Lady Macbeth live next to my gas cans. she always scurries away when i approach. but now she's got three voluptuous, ripe eggsacs getting ready to explode with spiderlings! if i kill the lot of them, i'm murdering hundreds of creatures, the premiditation of which you can participate in right here, vicariously. if i don't kill them, i probably don't put anyone but myself at risk and i really prefer not to reach for gas cans. so JPGr's do i kill or do i not kill?

In the Creature Feature photo essay.

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