Friday, July 17, 2009

Rock(s)/ Photo Hunter

King-of-the-mountain dragonfly

This week's Photo Hunter challenge: Rock(s)

True, I'm cheating just a little - these are more like stones than boulders. But to a critter such as this one ,   they are ROCKS!



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18 comments:

Vita Stunder said...

Gorgeous capture EG!!
And lovley take of the theme :)

Have a great weekend!
Anna

PERBS said...

Just absolutely beautiful capture! (I got some photos of a dragonfly hiding above a windowsill in a drug store that I will publish after I come back from camping.

jams o donnell said...

Now that is utterly superb! Have a great weekend

Dagrun said...

My goodness! That's brilliant!

Photo Cache said...

It's a rock!!!!

What a lovely capture. Enjoy your weekend.

Louise said...

This is fantastic!!

Jacob said...

Size, as you rightfully note, is relative!

I think you've captured an alien from the Planet Rocks&sticks disguised as some kind of dragonfly!

And you captured the rascal very well!

Michelle said...

I am always amazed when you all can capture bugs! I would be sitting around forever to get a shot like that!

kaye said...

how do you make those pictures? amazing :)

Becky and Gary said...

Right out of a Si-Fi movie for sure! Terrific shot EG.

Jama said...

that's a superb capture!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Wow ---Great photo, EG. He does look like he's king of the mountain.

Have a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

Tammie Lee said...

absolutely stunning portrait of the dragonfly!

Small City Scenes said...

Super catch, EG. The Winged Alien--pictures at 11. MB

Ash said...

Brilliant capture!

George said...

This is a tremendous macro! The color and detail are truly amazing.

Rose said...

Quite the handsome fellow, isn't he. So much better than just a rock, and I love rocks!

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Look at this monster! Cute eyes. *LOL*

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