This blog is to showcase some of the photo's I've taken, the pictures can be from my archive of many years or taken recently. They are from where I live and the various places I have been. I hope Enjoy my work and come back to visit again
Yes.... so cool !! i love these dragonflys....But they are so busy, and it´s not so easy to make a nice Picture !So...congratulations !!Greetings
Good job they stayed still for me, most few flitting around at the time
Marvelous photos of the different dragonflies. Such beautiful colors and details. Amazing !Best regards, Synnöve
Thank you Synnöve
Hari OmAnother fabby pair - these look to be aeshnidae - 'hawkers'. Superb! YAM xx
I thought the first similar but was lost on the second
Splendid detail of the wings. And love the blue and green of the dragonfly's body in the last photo.
Yes that was my favorite one as well
Great macro shots - dragons are really fun (and often frustrating) to chase.Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Yor right there, must have a look for more when I go there again
Nice shots of the dragonflies! They're gorgeous critters.
They are but not easy to take.
True story - When I was 12 I was attacked by about twenty Dragonflies. Everyone said they were harmless but out of nowhere a huge swarm of them came out of the woods and flew at my face. I had scratches everywhere.
Ah so maybe my dragonfly's will give you nightmare, hope not.
Beautiful! Really love the blue and green one :)
I like that one as well
So beautiful! Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro :-)
No problem glad you liked them
I love dragonflies...great shots!!
So do I but they are fast
We saw a red dragonfly today while walking in Manistique, Michigan but I was unable to get the camera into focus. I was thinking about your previous post when I saw them! Hope I haven't been too confusing on my blog about where I am all the time - I parcel out my trip photos, we've been back from Minnesota and South Dakota for a couple of weeks and just hit the road again to Michigan today. We'll be in Michigan for a week, then home until the middle of October when we hit the road again for Tennessee. By stretching out my posts it makes me feel like I'm still on vacation even when I'm not! It'll be hard this winter when we're housebound, then it's time to dig into the archives of photos from before I started blogging!
Not sure if I have ever seen a red one, must keep a lookout. Most of my phot are taken at weekend when I get out for a walk or on the odd vaction we have.
The variety always amazes me. Well captured.Cheers from Cottage Country Ontario
Thank you, I'll look out for more the next time I get down that way
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