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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Wednesday, 30 December 2009

The families of Dragoflies, Damselflies, etc

Ruddy Darter
Migrant Hawker
Golden-ringed Dragonfly
Four-spotted Chaser
Emperor Dragonfly
Common Blue Damselfly
Broad-bodied Chaser (female)
Blue-tailed Damselfly
Black-tailed Skimmer
Beautiful Demoiselle
It rained again................

9 comments:

  1. Great summery pics Bob. I think you will need some more by the looks of the weather.

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  2. That was real helpful Bob "thanks"
    now I can put a name to one or two of our dragons and damsels I saw another 2 species today. the winter dragons are much smaller and not as easy to photograph,

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  3. Oh, those enchanting beauties, I love dragonflies. They are very fascinating creatures, which are very difficult to photograph in such a masterful way. Congratulations to these images.

    With us everything is sinking in the snow, but it looks beautiful. On the streets, it is rather dangerous. Well, if one is on holiday and can enjoy the white splendor.

    Cheers

    Isabella

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  4. Warren, I think so. Brrrrrr its wet & cold.

    Tony, I would love to them.

    Isabella, they are precious aren't they.

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  5. It's something I never can do - take agood photo of dragonfly. Yours are great! Congratulations!

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  6. Bob, you have a cool collection of dragonflies and damselflies. Great photos.

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  7. Joo & Eileen, thanks for the comments, your very kind.

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  8. A taste of days to come.
    Lovely set Bob.

    Have a great New Year.

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  9. And a happy new year to you Keith.

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