Originally, this Daddy Longlegs was hanging out on a hummingbird feeder. I kept thinking about how much work that took as the feeder hangs from the eavestrough at the cottage. I took a stool out and tried to capture a few shots.
By moving the feeder to a railing, I was able to get better shots. Interestingly, at this point, the insect used its legs to “feel” the camera. That was cool. Sadly, the legs did not register when I took a shot, but that’s okay.
That’s something else I am learning about photography: experiencing the moments is often better than capturing them.