BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

BLUE(T)S AND GREENS OF SUMMER

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The bluet damselfly is a common visitor in early summer, often seen near bodies of water. Like many birds and insects, when they become accustomed to your presence they’ll often linger for a portrait.

20 thoughts on “BLUE(T)S AND GREENS OF SUMMER

  1. Very nice ! I also love the challange to photograph these beautiful creatures.

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  2. Beautiful capture, Belinda!

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  3. I love those eyes and face!

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  4. So pretty – a welcome glimpse of summer on this Solstice day!

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  5. Nice Damselfly image Belinda! Enjoyed seeing it!

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  6. That’s a great image of one, Belinda! We’re closer to longer and warmer days already. It won’t be long before we see them darting around the ponds again.

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  7. Thanks so much for this bright spot of summer, Belinda. What a fantastic photo this is with the colorful contrasts and sweetness — the sparkle of the leaf, the details of this brilliant bluet.

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  8. Love bluets, and how I hope to be able to share time with more of them next year. This year has been way too crazy and I’ve missed them.

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  9. Pretty colour of blue, and what big eyes it has!

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