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By suzieosman
One of a large group of Hobby's we spotted down at Ham Wall today. At one point there were 13 of them, I was so excited I could barely keep the camera still Grin.
Poor Ade was not a happy bunny though, cos they were feasting on his beloved Dragon Flies, so there's a serious possibility that his upload may well have turned into a Hobby's Sunday lunch Wink...never mind eh...that's nature for you.
Thank you so much for all your lovely comments on my previous uploads and thanks for dropping by and taking a look at this one too.....Sue x

Tags: Hobby General Somerset levels Wildlife and nature Ham wall

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norton 14 6 United Kingdom
6 May 2012 9:42PM
Nice detail, shows up well in the large version, well captured..................


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saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
6 May 2012 9:42PM
A superb capture,
Ade_Osman 15 4.5k 36 England
6 May 2012 10:05PM
Love the way you captured the fan of the tail here Babe, shame it's only damselflies you can see in his beak........WinkWink

Ade x
6 May 2012 10:30PM
Nicely spotted Suzie. Looks great full screen.

Glostopcat 12 255 2 England
7 May 2012 12:27AM
A terrific inflight capture, so good to see him/her against a clear blue sky.
CarolG 11 199 20 Greece
7 May 2012 5:39AM
A superb capture, Sue, what wonderful detail in the underside of his wings, a great image. Carol
jasonrwl Plus
8 1.1k 10 United Kingdom
7 May 2012 7:30AM
What a fantastic bird and the fan of the tail is superb. Worth viewing large for extra detail.
Greyheron 16 282 7 England
7 May 2012 12:28PM
There's always a humorous side to photography Sue - pity poor Ade's on the receiving end most times Wink

..." shame it's only damselflies you can see in his beak Wink Wink " ...that's because they'd eaten all the big ones to fuel them to catch the faster damselflies Wink

A fine capture Sue - love the backlit detail in the feathers...

ChiliMan 11 135 17 Singapore
9 May 2012 1:29PM
What a super capture. Look at the light coming through the tail feathers! So cool Smile

I've just read Ade's comment and obviously damselflies rank well below dragonflies in Ade's World of Insects Wink


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