There wasn't much light, so the quality of the image isn't great:
But I like it because you can see the hide I was er hiding in, reflected in its eye. On the right of the reflection is the feeder and the branch it was hanging from is at the top. At the bottom is the hide, with 3 trees behind it:
I've been trying to get a decent shot of a spider's eyes for years, but they are so tiny that "normal" macro just wouldn't cut it.
Now with Microscope - Nikon - Macro lens Set up, and Zerene Stacking software...new doors are opening.
This is a (double gulp) 135 image stack of remotely triggered long exposures.
It took an evening, but she was worth it. What a beauty!
And look at those reflections. You can see the table lamp (yellow light) at the top of the eyes and pen-torch light (blue) at the bottom. Also notice the not so beautiful double eyes on each side of its head.