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Common Darter

By maroondah
Taken at the weekend during a visit to a local nature reserve. The pond is quite new and doesn't yet have everything you might expect but its getting there. I found an old stick, pushed it in the bank of the pond and waited. There were 3-4 males and one female darter but the female didn't stay still for a second. It took just on 2 hours for the male's to find the stick but it was (in my opinion) well worth the wait. Hope everyone is okay. A fellow epz member just let me know this is a broad bodied chaser so apologies for the misleading title.
Regards
Gerry

Tags: Darter Close-up and macro Pond life Wildlife and nature

Voters: andymark, KarenFB, crookymonsta and 22 more


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Comments


andymark 6 1 England
10 Jun 2010 6:56PM
wow nice shot

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gwood 8 England
10 Jun 2010 7:10PM
Excellent detailed close-up image.
Geoff
vickyf Plus
10 8 8 United Kingdom
10 Jun 2010 7:32PM
Lovely image, well worth viewing large.
am52 6
10 Jun 2010 8:53PM
Brilliant iamage large view,it really was worth waiting for.
Congratulations Gerry on such a great shot !
Tanya
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
10 Jun 2010 10:47PM
Truly wonderful detail. Those wings look made from lace and the body colours are gorgeous. You really did spend those 2 hours well waiting for this!

Ann
11 Jun 2010 10:37PM
Nice shot
soulofharmony 6 22 1 Norfolk Island
13 Jun 2010 6:07PM
well worth the patience & achieve.. makes it a worth while shot & one to remember ... !

learning the species is all part of the fun.

Nikki !

thank you for viewing my gallery and appreciate your kind comments .
Canadiann 6 2 Canada
23 Jun 2010 2:56PM
Wow you have certainly blown me away with this one Gerry. I find it very hard to find the patience for wildlife photography. I guess I am not fast enough. This has excellent clarity and detail to it. Fantastic Gerry. However from you that is no surprise LOL.
Regards
Ann

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