BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

DAMSELFLY

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Damselflies – a sure sign of warm weather. They begin to appear in late spring and remain throughout the summer. Looking at the blue skies and sunshine right now, you can almost imagine it’s warm out, until you step outside that is 😏 .

28 thoughts on “DAMSELFLY

  1. Great photo, I’ve only once so far been lucky enough to see some damselflies and be able to catch them on film. They can be so tricky to photograph.

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  2. When I was scrolling through my Reader and came across this wonderful sign of approaching spring, it appeared that I was not “following“ your blog. I’m not sure that happened as I thought I always have been – but I see I missed a few beautiful posts! Hopefully I’m back in business now, Belinda!

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  3. A slender beauty! Sending warm vibes your way, Belinda!

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  4. Can’t wait to see damselflies again! Great capture of a difficult subject.

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  5. Daylight is increasing in lumens daily, so it is easy to be fooled. Soon, soon the warmth will follow. 🙂

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  6. Oh yes, greenery and pretty insects! I think I remember those…just. It’s been very cold in the UK recently but I suppose spring will turn up eventually.

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  7. Very nice Belinda! Great detail on the damselfly!

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  8. Beautiful image of that Damselfly!

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  9. They do have a beauty of their own, in an alien sort of way.

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  10. This mus be a very “early” one…. 😉 or is it rather “old”
    Perfect shot Belinda.

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  11. This is a beautiful photograph!

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  12. Lovely shot Belinda, won’t be too long now fingers crossed.

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  13. Bronze and black–what a nice combination. Wishing you warmer weather soon. It was in the low 80s here today.

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