I found this Araneomorph funnel-web spider (family: Agelenidae) lurking deep into her funnel-shaped web, built in a stone wall crack. I had to lay down very slowly so as not to disturb her (getting really dirty in the process! LOL). Focusing was troublesome with all the web in between the camera and the subject, but I think I nailed it! I also believe that the lighting turned out great, because the funnel-web served to diffuse the flash wonderfully, sort of like a softbox, don't you think?
Best viewed Large, On Black.
UPDATE: The spider depicted is a harmless species of araneomorph funnel-web
weaver (Agelenidae), not to be confused with either the funnel-web tarantulas (Dipluridae), or the infamous Sydney funner-web spiders (Hexathelidae).
Unless of course you are a little insect... :-)