Lycosid on glass

Here’s a wolf spider we recently found on a trip to Karma Waters Station in far north QLD. I usually photograph animals in either their habitat or on a white background for use on our site or in publications. In this instance though I decided to have a play with some glass to see what reflective details I could capture. It provided an interesting result. The image below took the process a little further with some colour manipulation for a more artistic end product.

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