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I was amazed to find these two dragonflies yesterday, I thought they had all disappeared for the winter months. V.2 has a very noisy background, but I still thought it worthy of a showing.
Morning Carol. What a pleasure to see dragonflies in December, and such nice shots of them too.
I prefer the V! background but both are good captures, Carol. Extraordinary for the time of year. A
What a joy for you to discover and be able to capture so well! Love V1 and the diagonal. Wish I still had my UA to offer!
Yes, I prefer version 1 too! A beautifully caught dragon against the perfect background!
This is wonderful .Carol,very well done,
Perfect, stunning detail.
Great I missed U yesterday , dew 2 bad net connections. It is no good 2 day even.
v1 is such a strong composition but I like them both equally. Nicely done Carol.
Like them both, but V1 is a stunner Carol - so well detailed.
Gosh! that is late, just goes to show you never know what you'll come across Great captures
Such excellent detail in both shots, Carol: does seem late in the season to be finding them!
A click for V1's composition!
Terrific capture Carol. V1's a stunner. It looks great on those autumnal leaves, as though it's chosen them especially to match it's body colour.
Superb capture in your V1 Carol excellent detail. Gary
#1 is superb
They look unreal V1 for composition for me
Certainly nothing like that around here in the North
Brilliant Carol. Have my User Award.
V1 is awesome the detail is excellent and exposure spot on. A winner all around.
Well spotted and captured Carol - I've seen a red darter the other day - couldn't believe my eyes - as to your ? the shot was taken on Ferring beach - Ina
V1 is extremely good Carol but I like both,
Must be hardy types, Carol - well caught.
Hi Carol bet that was a surprise, well taken and spotted regards gray
I prefer V1 Carol - what huge eyes it has.
I saw a darter in the garden only last week Carol, but I think last nights hard frost will have done for him by now.....
2 nicely captured shots Carol. I actually like V2 best. Moira
Two great images Carol. Really like the leaf detail and tones too in V1.............Sandy
v1 has the edge for me Carol but both are superb
Two great images Carol with terrific detail. Carole
Great details on V1
How wonderful to be able to spot these in December - you certainly wouldn't find any here in this cold, windy, gloomy, wet weather we're having
Fabulous duo, v1 for me, the detail is amazing.
Lovely work Carol ...Bill
Hi Carol, this is again a great set of image of the dragon fly, I loved the V1 and u r right the V2 is noisy but then also it is also a good shot.
Wow !!....V1's a knockout !!!.....superb quality, both in detail & colors....1st class !!!!
Such a great capture on both these Carol
Congrats on the UA
Wonderfully well taken.
Oh that's super, V1 in the browns.
Great detail filling the frame.
Well done Carol.
love this Carol, the colours work so well too.
This is stunning Carol. Beautifully composed, effective use of square format. Wonderful limited palette.
Fantastic detail, Carol - superb!!!
'v1 is a "real Cracker," Carol. Excellent color & clarity on both images.
Two great images, Carol.Its V1 for me, excellent colour and detail. Well spotted and captured
Take care, Pauline
fantastic no 1 is it for me today, the detail and patten of the leaf goes so well with the dragonfly!
cracking good detail Carol
Brilliant pin sharp detail in these Carol, I haven't seen an insect in an age now
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