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    libelle

    shot this one in ridderker holland

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    Re: libelle

    Nice shooting! Incredible creatures.

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    Re: libelle

    thanks, I think you are calling them dragonfly's

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    Re: libelle

    Quote Originally Posted by Vandenberg View Post
    thanks, I think you are calling them dragonfly's
    I certainly would.

    Good shots, focused in just the right places, given the limited DoF

    Well done,

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    Re: libelle

    Liked the first one better..

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    Re: libelle

    I would suggest a female or juvenile male Common Darter, Sympetrum striolatum, dragonfly family. It should have brown legs with a yellow stripe, which I can't see clearly from that angle.

    Always difficult to photograph as they keep moving. Often easier early in the morning when the air is a bit cooler.

    I was trying to photograph one of these laying eggs recently but only had one keeper from many shutter clicks.

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