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By Paul127
While out walking without my tripod, I seen these and decided to give macro a second attempt. Without a tripod is even harder, so I had to improvise and use a broken fence post near by.

Tags: Damselfly Close-up and macro Wildlife and nature

Voters: xelle, jaspernina,

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xelle 13
21 Jun 2007 7:29PM
jaspernina 13 1.0k Wales
21 Jun 2007 7:34PM
Great colour, well done.
ringyneck 14 315 18 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2007 10:54PM
If you have a tripod you won't see any subjects.It's sods law.
Anyhow its even harder with one as they move about so much there's no time to set it up.I know from my limited experience.
Keep trying.
Paul127 14
22 Jun 2007 9:39PM
I agree with you there Keith, I went out last night with tripod in tow, and never needed it!

FrePho 14
22 Jun 2007 9:41PM
Love this shot. Suble shades of green and turquoise are lovely. Well captured Paul.
BrianSS 14 412 40 England
28 Jun 2007 6:58PM
I know Paul is a newcomer to SLR photography so this is a superb effort.

Macro photography is not easy so this is a good start!

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