Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Nice of this lovely creature to stop and allow you to photograph her.
Much easier to study in a good photo like this than in person.
You take such wonderful close-ups, EG.
Pretty shot of the damsel!
I'm still trying to figure out how you tell the difference between damselfly and dragonfly!
This is Maybelline. Sheesh, I thought you would know that! But you got a wonderful portrait of her!
I am wondering now if a damsel fly is different than a dragon fly of if they are the same. headed over to ask Mr. Google.. we have ,a brilliant pink one in our yard, very small and he will not sit still for my camera.
i did ask google and this is a damselfly and here is the link if anyone wants to know how to tell the differencehttp://insects.about.com/od/identifyaninsect/a/dragonordamsel.htm
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This is a fantastic image!
When you look at them up close like this, they kind of look like little aliens. I wonder what we look like to them with those huge eyes that they have.
Fab macro shot!!!
A slim beauty.
So fragile looking yet so tough. MB
I so adore our dragonflies!They fly around me me when I do the lawn!Cheers from Cottage Country!
What a beautiful shot! You've caught the cool, lacy structure of the wings perfectly. Bravo!!
The detail you got is incredible!
What a funny-looking creature.=)
Neat macro shot and look at all the details you captured. Ranch Wife Robyn
Excellent! There was dragonfly in my flowers the other morn as we were leaving...and I did not have my camera! I have been watching for it again, and not seen it.
A super macro EG!
What an awesome shot....
Nice shot. I love Dragonflies.
Great capture! We're become so dry again I'm not seeing many of these little critters.
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