BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

DRAGONFLIES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS

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DragonfliesWhen I took the photograph of this mating pair, I didn’t notice the other insects in the frame until I downloaded the image. I did a larger crop to show the damselfly on the far left, and a few other hangers-on on the tree stump. It was a busy time of year for these insects.

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20 thoughts on “DRAGONFLIES (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS

  1. Busy indeed! 🙂 Great behavior shots, Belinda!

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  2. Very nice surprise, Belinda! The texture of the stump is a nice addition to the frame, too.

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  3. And to think that next summer’s crop is whiling away its time under the ice, awaiting spring. 🙂

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  4. Excellent capture from the nature!!

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  5. I love the way a photograph can reveal more than we actually noticed at the time of taking it.

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  6. These are incredible photos! The blue dragonfly is so beautiful!

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  7. Very nice Belinda! I like both versions!

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  8. Love it! Looks like the damselfly is newly emerged and yet to gain any colour, lucky the dragons are otherwise engaged or it could be brunch.

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  9. I hadn’t noticed them either until you mentioned it. Sometimes our photos surprise us!

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  10. I love these flies! Damsel flies, a wonderful childhood memory. 🥰

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