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There wern't many butterflies at the gardens for some reason but there were plenty of dragonflies.
This little guy was drinking in the morning sunlight when I first arrived.
Caught this little Amberwing out in the front yard this afternoon. I've had two young grandchildren staying here the past few days so haven't been able to check out your recent posts but will get back to you soon.
A wasp? No, this is a tiny dragonfly that appeared to be a wasp at first sight. Eastern Amberwing Dragonfly - Morgan County, Alabama - 2017
A picture sometimes conerys a feeling.,, and this for us was one of those., it has that 'summer' feeling that we will long for once the long months of winter arrive and everything is looking so grey and dead.
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It was as if this dragonfly caught a sunbeam and just wanted to bask in its glory...Wishing you a wonderful weekend..Thank you very much for viewing my photo ! I truly appreciate any faves, comments and awards! :blush:
(This is a handheld shot taken with a Nikon D80 coupled with a Nikkor 18-200mm VR lens)
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Mature males are dark blue with black heads.
They are larger than the Blue dashers.
dragonfly, libellule, cette libellule mesure un peux plus de 8 cm
this dragonfly can measure a greater than 8 cm, Par christian-picard.fr
The eastern pondhawk is an athletic, swift-flying predator, able to catch damselflies and other insect prey on the wing. In between hunts it rests on vegetation, ready to take to the air if prey comes within sight
For me is amazing to photograph tiny insects like the dragonflies. Incredible acrobats and they don seem to mind being photograph at all. The down part of photographing these guys is that you have to get into the skirts of lakes or rivers to get close to them, and by doing that get dirty, but their photos are amazing!
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Photography is my passion, and nature photography is my favorite.
I have been in Explore for more that a hundred times, and it is an awesome experience to have your photos showcased in such a special way.
I'm in many groups, and I only add my photos to them if they are not private.
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With a big smile on his face!
Explore #172 on July 28th, 2008
Dragonfly’s eyes have about 30,000 lenses and have a full 360-degree field of vision, but they don’t see details very well. A human eye only has one lens and sees better than a dragonfly, but only to the front and side.
Typically dragonflies are very flitty creatures but this one was quite friendly and let me take a nice macro shot of him.
I was walking around looking for wildflowers to photograph when this beauty came flying by, the more photos I took of her the closer she let me get! She is quite colorful!
Besides all the great birds that were attracted to the feeders and flowers at the Harrison's house, dragonflies ocassionally landed on the flowers. The 500 made for a decent "macro" lens as well.
Cerro Azul, Panama. February 2017
No crop...just as framed in the camera. File size reduced. Most satisfying detail shot yet of one of these dragonflies. Large is nice.
Nikon D7100. Tamron 180mm macro. 1/400th @ f/13. ISO 1250. EV = 0.0
Dragonflies - Libelle
The dragonflies (Odonata) form an order within the class of insects (Insecta). Of the 5680 known species (as of 2008)  in Central Europe occur about 85. The wingspan of the animals is in general between 20 and 110 mm, the type Megaloprepus coerulatus (Zygoptera, Pseudostigmatidae, so a "small" dragonfly), however, can even reach a maximum span of 190 mm.
Die Libellen (Odonata) bilden eine Ordnung innerhalb der Klasse der Insekten (Insecta). Von den 5680 bekannten Arten (Stand: 2008) treten in Mitteleuropa etwa 85 auf. Die Flügelspannweite der Tiere beträgt in der Regel zwischen 20 und 110 mm, die Art Megaloprepus coerulatus (Zygoptera, Pseudostigmatidae; also eine „Klein“libelle) kann allerdings sogar eine maximale Spannweite von 190 mm erreichen.
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Not sure what kind it is but it's beautiful! The branch was hanging over a pond on the side of Yellowstone Lake
It's so difficult to take a picture of a dragonfly under the sun of Miami! Enjoy and let me know if you like it!
Found this Pink looking dragonfly at the Fairhope Pier.
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Also known as a long-tailed skimmer. This is an immature male and around 1.5 inches long. I thought it was strange that we have several whitetails in the side yard since we don't have a pond, but it may be that we've been getting lots of rain lately.
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