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my first for a few years this dragonfly was happy to pose for a few shots, this is the only one any good - question, why do they nearly always have their back turned upon you
V2 is a damsel fly
Many thanks for all c/c's on yesterdays upload always appreciated and never taken for granted - thank you all
Huge thanks to Mikeakabigman for ID its a female common darter - thanks Mike
Well captured Ann
Think it is a Broad Bodied Chaser and Common Blue Damselfly, if I am wrong Ade will let me know! V1 could do with a touch more contrast, it would just add the finishing touches to a very good capture, the Damselfly is exposed excellently as the whites normally blow out, love the pattern and texture of the wood, my fav today.
I think it is a Common Darter and it is a fine pin sharp capture.
Two crackers, Ann, excellent colours and detail in both. Carol
2 real beauties here
Two rather stunning macro photographs depicting this rather gorgeous Dragon Fly and Damsel Fly, stunning natural colour and exquisite detail running throughout.
Never see any of these up my way, Ann: two nice shots from you though, well captured.
Top work, Ann. Been there, tried that.... and given up!!!! Sticking to bridges
Quote: Top work, Ann. Been there, tried that.... and given up!!!! Sticking to bridges
I'm not very up on my insects so I don't know what they are but two excellent shots
Brilliant captures Ann with your V1 a real beauty and the star shot with great detail and colour.
Congrats! v1 is especially well captured and finished!
Two fine shots Ann.
Well done with both Ann
Both are good
Two beautiful captures here, Ann, love the colour of V2, but V1 is especially stunning
Two superb shots Ann; particularly V2. Wonderful detail
Love these shots Ann difficult to photograph but you got them bang on.
Nice Darter Ann - good detail.
Not just one but two, now your on a roll Ann, we done indeed
oh now you're showing off....two beauties and I don't even have one. Keep at it Ann.
Well done Ann
Very well spotted and captured Ann, excellent detail and colours, you should be very pleased indeed, Bill.
Two great images.
question, why do they nearly always have their back turned upon you
Ann it's an unwritten law that insects...and birds etc....have to be as awkward as possible....
Wow 2 great images ...captured all the great detail in both insects.
Love the low pov in V1 ...sets her off against the good clear b/g.
Not much luck for me this year as there's not a lot about...I don't think they know what season it is.
Two excellent efforts Ann, you should be very pleased with these. I haven't seen many dragonflies around this year apart from the few that wouldn't settle at Woorgreens Lake in the Forest of Dean when I was there with Gary and Ade at the end of last month
Very well done Ann.....They ain't as easy as some folk like to think!
Nice detail like both regards Leon.
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