BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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SUMMER DRAGONS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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In going through my catalogues of photos to decide on today’s post, I came across these photographs that I took in July. The air was thick with all kinds of dragonflies and damselflies then. Now in October, when the sun is at its warmest, there is still the odd one to be seen. The tail end of the season is always bittersweet but looking at these photos goes no small way in bringing back the pleasure and the warmth of the summer that has just ended.

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31 thoughts on “SUMMER DRAGONS (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Such great detail! Especially in that second shot. Even the little hairs on the legs are sharp!

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  2. A long time ahead without dragonflies or other insects so if it is up to me you can do this more often troughout the wintertime. This one is a real beautiful one.

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  3. You’re right, photos help keep summer fresh in our minds. Nice clear shots, too.

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  4. Wonderful colours and detail, Belinda!

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  5. Beautiful Belinda! I never saw a red dragonfly before! Ours are mostly back and white, Very nice!!

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  6. Those big eyes can make the shots every time, and especially their sharpness.

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  7. Amazing detail, Belinda. Great photos.

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  8. LOVE the translucent wings. What a beautiful capture.

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  9. I love watching the dragonflies, but have never managed to take a single photo that compares to your images. Such clarity and such detail!

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  10. I love these pictures!

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  11. Always amazed how pin sharp your photos are..

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