These were captured around a small pond owned by our friend Aubrey
The dragonfly is a white-faced meadowhawk. Moving clockwise: heal-all a.k.a. selfheal (Prunella vulgaris), honeysuckle berries, fringed yellow loosestrife (Lysimachia ciliata), swamp vervain (Verbena hastata) and tall meadow rue (Thalictrum polygamum).
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Adorable pictures and so perfect postcard! :)
That is excellent. The capture of the Dragonfly is first-rate. MB
God bless dragonflies!!!!
A lovely collage!!
A dragonfly sat on my finger yesterday, but not long enough to take a picture.
WOWOW! :D :D
WOWOW! :D :D
Wonderful pond collage! It would be a great place to explore. The dragonfly is beautiful.
Your collages are music to the eyes.
What a gorgeous litle dragon fly.
i love your mosaic, it looks great
Awesome collage...must say I love that dragonfly most of all. I don't think I have ever seen one that color.
This is a beautiful mosaic of the creatures and plants found at Aubrey's Pond. The individual pictures are beautiful.
I always like your "nature notes." Lots of beauty here!
I love how you know the names of all these flowers. I know the garden varieties of verbena, and I've heard of rue and honeysuckle, but I doubt I would be able to identify them in the wild. So pretty.
I have never see such a dragonfly's face, I think.
I have the blue dragonflies around here but have never seen a red one. So cool looking.
A fine mosaic!
What software do you use for your mosaics?
A lovely collage of nature photos. All such pretty photographs.
An English Girl Rambles
I use Photoshop Elements 6.0.
Thank you for adding the Bobbie badge. I wonder if that kind of loosetrife is invasive as the purple kind we have here is..Love the dragon
Beautiful mosaic. The dragonfly is a pretty red and I Love the flowers.
Lovely Nature walk! So pretty.
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