See if this doesn't make you crack a smile. Deep within his garden, in Batam Island, Indonesia, photographer Uda Dennie is busy takes photos of a quite humorous sight - jumping spiders with water drops on their heads! The massive water droplets stay in place for about a minute, which is just the right amount of time for the 33-year-old to snap these shots. While most of us feel a bit squeamish when looking at macro photos of spiders, Dennie has somehow taken that uneasy feeling away, replacing it with curiosity and glee.
Jumping spiders have four pairs of eyes, which sit in a unique pattern that makes it easy to identify them. The main pair is movable while the three secondary pairs are fixed. With all those eyes, it has a nearly 360-degree view of the world!