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Crab spider on spring crocus A crab spider awaits dinner on these late-winter blooming Dutch crocus. The mason bees had not yet emerged but the crocus were planted in the yard as food for emerging brood. Crab spider,Crocus vernus,Geotagged,United States,Winter,northwestern United States Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Crab spider on spring crocus

A crab spider awaits dinner on these late-winter blooming Dutch crocus. The mason bees had not yet emerged but the crocus were planted in the yard as food for emerging brood.

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  1. Beautiful shot! Can you please set the country using the "Set country" button on the right, on both your photos. The geotag was set as 0,0, which is in the middle of the ocean :) Posted 5 months ago
  2. I used Photos Exif Editor to modify the IPTC data of these photos to set the GPS latitude and GPS longitude but it didn't translate to JungleDragon. Is there a better way? I have now marked these posted images by hand using Geotag and will do that in future :~) Posted 5 months ago
    1. Sorry, but I'm not familiar with that program. I did check the original you uploaded and the coordinates seem correct, so this is likely an issue on the JungleDragon side, sorry. Hope you can work around it for now. Posted 5 months ago

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Uploaded May 14, 2018. Captured Mar 3, 2018 17:22 in 560 E Mountain View Rd, Camano Island, WA 98282, USA.
  • PENTAX K-7
  • f/5.6
  • 1/1000s
  • ISO1600
  • 1.129e-319mm