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Four Spotted Chaser

By phil_j  
Taken this afternoon whilst trying to get a shot of a sedge Warbler, so didnt have time to change to a macro lens. I think it has been identified correctly, but if anybody knows otherwise I would be grateful if they could post the correct ID. Would apprecite and welcome any comments or critiques on the shot.
Thanks for your time

Tags: Chaser Dragonfly 4 spotted Swindon lake Wildlife and nature

Voters: Nash, sooty 36, Steve Cribbin and 10 more


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sooty 36 12 14 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2006 1:46PM
Well spotted and good capture.
chris

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Tony_M 12 342 England
16 Jun 2006 1:53PM
Correct ID. Good lighting on the body and wings. They're so big you often don't need a macro lens to get a good photo.

Tony
Steve Cribbin 13 49 10 United Kingdom
16 Jun 2006 2:09PM
A really good capture. I particularly like the play of light on the rh wings. The stalk passing right through the shot is unfortunate as it divides it visually. It might be worth trying out some cloning to stop it short of the top? Good work.

Steve
16 Jun 2006 2:37PM
another big flying thing great close up
tripodted 11 31 1 Northern Ireland
16 Jun 2006 2:49PM
Very good detail in this shot! Well captured.
Ted
angelamary 10 6 England
18 Jun 2006 11:23PM
Beautiful wing details. Good catch!
McKenzie 10 22 United Kingdom
28 Jun 2006 4:56PM
Great detail, a very nicely composed shot.

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Steve

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