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By phillips
At last, a still morning and this damsel let me stay with him for ages.

Doing everything I can to up the quality on this stuff...Benbo trekker, Manfrotto pistol grip, mirror lockup, a cable release and interested to hear your thoughts.


Tags: Damsel flies Wildlife and nature

Voters: vandalp, Brian_Scott, Ade_Osman and 29 more

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Ade_Osman 15 4.5k 36 England
6 Aug 2011 8:32PM
Don't think you could have done any better with it IMHO, people think they're an easy species to capture, but to do it this well takes real skill and planning......Shortlisted!


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janty66 11 3 England
6 Aug 2011 8:34PM
Lovely capture...
I use the same lens...
Shellio 7 2 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2011 8:40PM
I can see your attention to detail and you've caught it in an excellent pose, great work.
TonyDy Plus
9 10 3 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2011 8:44PM
It's all paid off, Guy, lovely image.
john_starkey 7 2 3 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2011 8:48PM
Look's pretty good to me,nice work indeed,

TerryMcK 9 72 2 United Kingdom
6 Aug 2011 8:56PM
Can't find much to fault with this fine photograph. Not easy to get the creature in sharp focus to capture all the details but this a very good effort.
digitall 11 238 6 Wales
6 Aug 2011 9:38PM
Great photo very good BG
Terry L Plus
14 596 5 England
6 Aug 2011 9:43PM
I'd say you are doing all the things needed to get the best out of the situation, nicely captured image.

9 10 10 England
6 Aug 2011 10:31PM
I just wish I could achieve something like this.
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
7 Aug 2011 12:49AM
Top clear shot! IB
SueEley 12 279 96 Wales
12 Aug 2011 5:06PM
Great, sharp shot. What is it holding on to? Such a range of colour!

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