2-shot stack of the Phidippus I photographed earlier in the month. Going through some older shots when I get a few minutes here and there and finding stackable images, this was one of the better ones from October. Zerene Stacker is great but has rejected a few because the "images were different sizes." And it's amazing how rarely a salticid sits still for even a few seconds, I have very few perfectly-lined up shots in different focus points, despite the vast numbers of photos I take!
Nikkor 18-55 reversed (at ~18mm), Nikon SB-400 speedlite and folding diffuser, homemade flash bracket.
Also, last Wednesday night I took a drive with some other grad students and faculty from TU to see Robert Trivers give a departmental seminar at OU in Norman. He is considered one of the greatest evolutionary biologists still alive today, and an incredibly sharp person as well as quite an interesting personality, and the dinner afterwards was almost as fun as the seminar itself. I also saw Richard Dawkins talk at OU last March; if only I'd been able to make it to Wilson's talk in Chickisha a couple weeks ago, I'd have gotten photos with the whole trio (great biologists of the era).