The bent skinny legs give me and thousands of other people give shivers down our spines. The white-ish body make the spider even more of a freak of nature. Up against the cold white wall, the spider must feel violated with me in its personal space. It is said that the ethiopians believed that spiders had a personal radius, and whenever someone or something invades that space, they will strike with avengence.
Sepia: makes the spider less terrifying in person. There is nothing like seeing a spider in real life than seeing it in a merely safe framed picture...
Up close, the spider gets horrified by the camera lens. It crouches its legs even more, moving its fangs, ready to strike at any innocent living thing that comes in its way from its prey. Prey being, in fact, my camera. It chased me when I made it move, but i merely stepped over it. It is heard that the early Egyptians used black spiders to eat the mummified beings eyes out. It is said that when the spider digests the eyes, the next web they make is part of the beings after life, so they can watch over the other humans, as disguised as a spider web.
The white buttox of this creepy crawler is ready to spit its nasty white web onto some relenting object without hesitation. Its fangs stick out while the legs tower over the whole body, like it is concaved in hair.