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Damsel

By KarenFB
A very pale (newly emerged?) Common Blue Damselfly. Very flighty, but willing to pose for a few seconds.

Tags: Wildlife and nature

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ringyneck 15 315 18 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2009 4:19PM
Great shot Karen...do they colour up as they get older/dry out or is he a slightly light one.

I love him like this.

keith
motorsportpictures 13 289 23 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2009 4:21PM
Superb shot.
Scott
KevSB 17 1.5k 5 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2009 4:35PM
very sharp picture
SoulOfNature 13 23 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2009 5:10PM
A super macro shot,brilliant detail.

Jean x
SteveMoulding 12 3 7 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2009 5:37PM
Superb well composed macro. Beautiful pin sharp detail and lovely colour.
Steve.
casson 15 3 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2009 6:05PM
A lovely macro shot
john
30 Jun 2009 6:45PM
In the thumbnail it's difficult to make out just what this is - normal size and large it is lovely Karen.

Mike
Glostopcat 15 255 2 England
30 Jun 2009 7:41PM
A lovely shot of this tiny insect, you did so well to capture him/her
blacky 13 4 1 England
30 Jun 2009 8:20PM
lovely shot karen ,dave
Gezina 15 3 6 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2009 8:51PM
Great angle good shot - Ina
Bob_V 14 1 2 United States
30 Jun 2009 11:32PM
What a great shot Karen, pin sharp.
Bob
KarenFB Plus
15 5.8k 183 England
1 Jul 2009 6:53AM
Thank you everyone! Smile
EAS 12 1 13 Scotland
1 Jul 2009 7:40AM
I like the difference in colour fro, those I normally see on EPZ, whatever the explanation for it. The detail is so sharp and clear.

Ann
DolphinLady 15 54 1 Wales
1 Jul 2009 10:41AM
Wonderful crisp clear shot...love it.
Hilary
Mynett 13 142 6 United Kingdom
2 Jul 2009 7:09AM
very nice image

linea
KarenFB Plus
15 5.8k 183 England
2 Jul 2009 7:26AM
Thank you everyone! Smile
pamelajean Plus
15 1.6k 2238 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2009 12:17AM
Very nice detail, Karen. I think the pale colour is due to immaturity.
KarenFB Plus
15 5.8k 183 England
3 Jul 2009 7:00AM
Thanks Pam. Smile
Ade_Osman 18 4.5k 36 England
3 Jul 2009 11:27AM
I always go out first thing in the morning to capture insect like these, get them before they warm up, makes life a lot easier Smile Well done.

Ade
sparrowhawk Plus
13 282 2 United Kingdom
3 Jul 2009 1:27PM
i just love these creatures ! superb shot
KarenFB Plus
15 5.8k 183 England
4 Jul 2009 7:13AM
Thank you! Smile
bpearson3 12 1 England
4 Jul 2009 7:24AM
A wonderfully crisp,detailed shot Karen.
These little devils are a nightmare to catch.
I had my first attempt at capturing them last weekend ! LOL

Bev
4 Jul 2009 7:26AM
A delightful image Karen, excellent crop, Adrian
helenlinda Plus
14 374 22 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2009 3:23PM
Well spotted and captured
Helen
Manghat 12
4 Jul 2009 4:58PM
helllo ma'am,i've not visited your pf for a while so today i decided to justice for all the votes you have given me for my pictures by voting for all you photos.......

i'm sorry i didn't vote for your photos till now

krishnan
JudeC 14 6 3 England
5 Jul 2009 10:06AM
Cracking image - Jude.

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