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Damsel Fly

By bayesp
Damsel fly, taken in the garden of the villa i stayed in in Tuscany.
The size reduction fromthe original seems to have made a bit of a mess of it.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

Voters: helena, brian1208, suleesia and 4 more


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Comments


rosie42 12 7 Australia
31 Aug 2004 10:04AM
Nice detail and good use of DOF. Like the sunlight streaming through the wings. Well captured. *click*
Susie :o)

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amit 12 United Arab Emirates
31 Aug 2004 10:05AM
nice details. a good piece of macro work.

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bayesp 14 292
31 Aug 2004 10:07AM
Thanks, I was about to delete it, it looks terrible compared to the original.
f1ash 12 2
31 Aug 2004 10:26AM
Nice capture - I can never get near ones this big! click
helena 12 134 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2004 11:06AM
Beautiful, well done!!
brian1208 Plus
13 11.1k 12 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2004 1:31PM
Nice image, its a Dragonfly not a Damsel though Smile Interesting backlighting effect

Brian
bayesp 14 292
31 Aug 2004 2:23PM
Thanks all.

How can you tell it's a dragon fly and not a Damsel fly?

Paul
brian1208 Plus
13 11.1k 12 United Kingdom
31 Aug 2004 2:56PM
Paul - damsels fold their wings down the body at rest, dragons hold them out at right angles - as here. The body shape is also different.

Brian
sprock Plus
13 66 1 United Kingdom
16 Oct 2004 7:21PM
Very Well Done. I has a right time trying to do something like this!
bayesp 14 292
18 Oct 2004 7:52AM
Thanks Sprock.
I think luck has a lot to do with it. right place right time.
exclusive 11 579 United Kingdom
4 Mar 2005 1:30PM
good detail. i think ti is just a bit soft and i think that the crop is too tight. i think you need some space around the fly.
bayesp 14 292
5 Apr 2005 4:51AM
Thanks. I,ll try a diffeent crop. Sory for delayed response, I don't have automatic notification on.

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