BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

DRAGONFLY SEASON (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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I liked the way the first dragonfly peered out between the leaves and stayed still as I set up my shot. In the photo below, the dragonfly had just recently emerged, one of the first of the season. Every few days it seems new varieties appear, particularly welcome this spring as birding subjects have proved less reliable.

28 thoughts on “DRAGONFLY SEASON (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Beautiful shots, Belinda! He looks really chilled out in that top shot!

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  2. Exquisite photos, Belinda. Dragonflies do not sit still very long, I am impressed with your ability to capture them both with such clarity.

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  3. Wonderful shots, Belinda! 🙂 Back in the Permian Period they had 3-foot wingspans.

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  4. Wonderful clarity Belinda! It’s so hard to find them still.

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  5. Nice shots, Belinda. They are such cool insects!

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  6. Good pictures from dragonflies. The second though is my favourite.

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  7. Such fantastic detail

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  8. Lovely pics, and I know from experience, dragonflies are not easy to shoot!

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  9. Absolutely beautiful pictures!

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