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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 14 May 2012

Common Blue Damselfly (By the old canal, Lydney)

It was drizzling for most of the day, but, 2.30pm it became sunny, too late for me.



He likes country music????????????

44 comments:

  1. What a lovely shot.

    Still raining? Poor you!

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  2. Wow Bob, super shots!!!!
    Have a nice week
    Crissi

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  3. You know what I think of that - creeeeepy!
    But I agree, very beautiful too! :-)
    I would gladly send you some sun from here Bob - if I could! We have plenty - and no rain now till October or so! :-)

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  4. NO MATTER WHAT THE WEATHER, YOUR PHOTOS TURN OUT GREAT.

    WELL DONE BOB

    Peter

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  5. sharp shot...very good Bob!

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  6. NO matter what the weather your photos are great Bob.

    peter

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  7. Perfetta macro ed elegante insetto...complimenti, ciao : )

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  8. Bob, great closeup! I really like to watch these guys flitting around the pond!

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  9. a lovely shot of the damsel. well, you had a few days of good weather! :)

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  10. Dear Bob,

    this is so nice ! well done.. my best regards, ciao...

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  11. Hello Bob,
    Wondrrful shot!! Amazing to see this damselfly so close, fantastic!!

    Greetings, Marco

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  12. Buen acercamiento a esa ¿libélula? Buena toma, nunca había visto una de ese color,

    Saludos.

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  13. Well....great!!! Superb, Bob....
    I think it is a wonderful photo...just wonderful....
    Hugs
    BShell

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  14. She's a beauty Bob!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  15. This is one of the most unique dragonflies captured Bob! I love its splendid tail..the detail in the embossed leaf is amazing!

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  16. Great capture, Bob! You have a good talent for catching some wonderful shots. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. Really nice images, lots of details to enjoy ;)

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  18. Your macro is wonderful, such detail.

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  19. The wings are really cool...fish netting....

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  20. Fantastic photograph. I am greeting

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  21. Fantastic photograph. I am greeting

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  22. Hi Bob!
    Stunning macro work again.
    Greetings from Sweden
    /ingemar

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  23. Again a beautiful shot.
    Greetings.

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  24. Brilliant looking and well photographed Damselfly~

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  25. A beautiful photo Bob, I haven't seen any at all yet this year. This weather is hopeless :-(

    I loved the Whitethroat photos in the last post, really beautiful...and sunshine too :-)

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  26. Hello again:

    I need to spread the word: Portuguese gov . Is ending with the adult teaching! Many teachers will be discharged…and those who need instruction will remain in the darkness of ignorance!
    I need to spread the word…
    Sorry, I usually do not use this method: I do not like doing it…but I need to do something or else I’ll go crazy!
    Thank You and I apologize once more.
    Isabel
    www.blueshell.blogspot.com

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  27. It's funny how a bug can be so attractive.

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  28. Rainy or sunny day, your photos are always interesting and amazingly beautiful, Bob.
    Greetings

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  29. WOW, what a change this damselfly!
    Great shot Bob!
    We've got some quite similar here, I wonder if they go by the same name!!
    Cheers!

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  30. So beautiful. Brilliant photo!

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  31. You can photography no matter what so great. I am getting a little bit jealouse (positive way). Great photo Bob.

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  32. In Italian we call it "libellula", I love so much the name for this wonder of the Nature.
    Never saw them with the closed wings.
    Thank you, beautiful photography!!

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