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    Dragon fly

    F 5.6 i/100s iso 100



    Dragon fly

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    re: Dragon fly

    Nice colors on that Damsel Fly Jack.

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    re: Dragon fly

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    Thanks paul been under the weather here for a while time to get back.

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    Jack, the flowers appear very bright on my monitor. I wonder if it wouldn't be better to darken them somewhat so they do not draw attention away from the insects.

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    My photo of a Dragonfly taken at wicken fen Cambridgeshire.
    Dragon fly

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    Nice image Glenn. Shorter and stubbier than the dragonflies we have in Florida.

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    Very well done Glenn. Photographing dragonflies is difficult for me as it seems there is always some part of the subject that is out of focus. You have demonstrated the importance of alignment to properly capture a sharp image of these beautiful insects along with your mastering the difficulties of macro photography.

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    Re: Dragon fly

    nice one glen,
    it is a broad bodied chaser, (male). libelula depressa. its been a good year for these in the uk despite the poor weather.

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    Re: Dragon fly

    Excellent shots.

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    Re: Dragon fly

    i have taken a few myself.

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