Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
that is an amazing shot
Wow! That is a great macro! And what a gorgeous blue color!
This little friend is fabulous! It's very cute blue!Thanks for sharingLéia
Wonderful capture ... beautiful blues ;--)Hugs and blessings,
This is an incredible macro. I like the color and the eyes of the damselfly.
You surely have done this critter justice, wow!
Amazing. Love it.
You got right down in its face...did you think you might have been the "prey" it was looking for?Cute and scary!
This is amazing.. so delicate and fragile looking. These fly around here but have not lit on a branch or brick long enough for me to get a good close up.
looks like it is make of crystal!
He is darling! And I know hard to capture!
That little guy is gorgeous, EG....Thanks!!!Hugs,Betsy
I love their faces. Great shot!Funny you posted this today.I see these all around the blog world and hadn't seen any in person in a year until today. I saw three, even a blue one. My shots are nothing compared to yours but I'm so excited to have seen them. :)
Eeeek! I'm not his prey.. am I? I see him eyeing my fleshy nose!!! Run away!
Super macro. How did you do that? Excellent. MB
WOW! Fabulous image!!
So prehistoric, so futuristic! Love 'em.
Beautiful image!! I am not even going to start trying to figure out dragonflies and damselflies, and the various others!! I figure it is a beautiful blue one, and that is enough for me. What would the ones with the 2 foot wingspan have looked like, back in prehistoric days?
That coloring is remarkable! You were right up there, weren't you?
Looks like a piece of jewelry.Darla
Wow, that is an incredible macro shot. Such a neat little creature.
Interesting creature! Insects are so diverse. Great macro shot.
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