BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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DRAGONFLIES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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Dragonfly 1

It’s always nice to capture these insects on an interesting plant or giving you the eye, something I think I did in both of these shots. I was carrying my long lens that day, hoping to photograph some birds but saw these willing posers instead. Just like new plant life that seems to crop up daily, every few days I see different kinds of dragonflies and damselflies. I think they’re beautiful subjects so I’ll be featuring more of them over the course of the summer.

Dragonfly 2

38 thoughts on “DRAGONFLIES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Excellent post and photographs!

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  2. You have a lovely website. Nice shot of what looks like a \Dot-tailed Whiteface!

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  3. Beautiful pictures!

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  4. Dragonflies are fun to photograph. These are both excellent…so sharp!

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  5. The first one has an almost painterly feel to it. Lovely!

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  6. The color and background on the first one is terrific, Belinda!

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  7. This is a striking palette … creamy whites contrasting with the dark outline of the dragonfly.

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  8. I love dragonfly photos. Nice shots.

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  9. Great job. They are one of my favorite subjects to photograph.

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  10. OK am not much of a ‘bug’ person, but these are great shots.

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  11. Amazing shots. You can see the little hairs on the dragonfly.

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  12. Simply stunning -you must be an incredibly patient photographer!

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  13. I love taking dragonfly pictures. These are great!

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  14. They are my favorite subjects too, ideal for macro but with the long lens you did very well indeed.

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  15. wonderful photos, I love these dragonflies

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