Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Strange looking creature when you see her close up!
Fantastic photo - fab detail!!
Amazing detail. I like the wing patterns.Darla
She's making eyes at everyone! Look at how long she is! Amazing shot, EG!
This is an amazing macro!
How did you get she/he to smile?
Great shot EG. the detail is fantastic. The wings are something else. MB
This is a wonderful macro. The clarity of the detail is amazing.
Incredible macro! It looks so delicate.
Oh, that photo is amazing. Good for you to capture it. And, you have a wee bit of Mellow Yellow in the corner - even better.
Great detail! These little critters are certainly difficult to photograph well!
Great macro, EG. Isn't it amazing how much better we can see things when we look at them using the macro lens???Hugs,Betsy
Wow..look at the detail!! The wing detail is stunning! Sarah
I love the wing detail, and the angles the four wings take, in relation to each other. I never knew they had hairs on their legs!
I think I figured out the air traffic in your area: the child's body they found. Pretty sad. Mount Forest is due west of you and they would have been flying over.Great shot.
Wow, that is a wonderful capture!
I love these little guys and gals and I'm pretty sure from your photos you do too!Excellent macro!My macro is here: Carletta’s Captures.
Awesome! Such stunning detail, this is a beautiful Macro Monday picture!
What an excellent macro! Love the lines in the shot.
What a great shot! I love those funny insects, and your shot really shows a lot of details! How big those eyes are!
That detail & precision... it boggles the mind that we can get up so close on these tiny things. The bristles on the stem are great, too.
Wow, what an amazingly clear shot. GREAT !B.
wonderful shot seeing all the little hairs on that Damsel!
wonderful photo! I never tire of looking at dragonflies.
excellent shot. I am going to have to get a macro lens.
Excellent. We do forget just how pretty these can be until you see them close up.
I know from experience how hard it is to get one of these little guys to hold still long enough to get a good shot. Impressive.
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