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Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography

Bob Bushell's Wildlife Photography
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Monday, 7 May 2012

Female Large Red Damselfly (Next to Canal, Lydney)

Guess what??????? It has been raining, makes a change, lol. I picked up this one yesterday, it is a beauty. I wasn't quite sure so, I emailed to Andy Carey http://andrewcareyphotography.co.uk/index.htm to find out if I was right. Actually, I wasn't, part of its name I got wrong. Andy is never wrong, damn it.




45 comments:

  1. so pretty! and i laughed at your 'andy' statement and dammit!

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  2. ...such a lady-like appearance--you have caught her magnificense.

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  3. It is really a beauty ! Amazing !!

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  4. Merci elle est très belle son corps est sublime avec ces couleurs
    j'en ai vu hier aussi mais pas ce jour
    IL me faudrait repartir vers un étang
    SUperbe
    Je te souhaite une bonne soirée

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  5. Great captures, Bob! Beautiful!

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  7. Well, Bob --- she is a beauty!!!

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  8. Great stuff, Bob, lovely pictures.

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  9. Hi Bob!
    Stunning macro work
    Greetings from Sweden
    /Ingemar

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  10. Brilliant captures. So delicate.

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  11. Hey Bob, puts my efforts at Macro to shame. Well done Mate.

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  12. Beautiful Bob!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  13. Fantastic close up photography, love the images.

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  14. What can a woman say???
    BOB...you are an artist!!! What magnificent photos....indeed!!! Fantastic!!!

    I admire you, man!
    Thank You!
    BShell

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  15. Excellent macro!! Great shot!

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  16. The standard by which I shall find all other photos of insects deficient!


    Warm Aloha from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral

    > < } } (°>

    ><}}(°>

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  17. Nice one Bob. I saw my first damselflies of the year yesterday but have yet to id them. Tricky things to pin down.

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  18. Excellent macro Bob. Congratulations

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  19. What a beauty, she is.

    I've always loved that song but I haven't heard it in a while. Thanks. :)

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  20. Sin duda una buena captura, tarea nada facil con lo que se mueven las libélulas.

    Saludos.

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  21. Superb images, lots of details ;) Keep on ;)

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  22. Brilliant shot Bob, extraordinary details.

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  23. excellent photoshot

    thanks

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  24. brilliant shots, as usual.
    thank you!

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  25. Andy may be right but you snagged the photo. Great job, Bob!

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  26. Wow Bob and such a great capture!

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  27. Well found and great captures Bob.
    I've still not seen any 'odos' so far this year!...[;o)

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  28. I thought it couldn't get better...but it did!!!
    Both images are amazing!
    Thanks for sharing Bob.
    Greetings

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  29. That's lovely Bob! I haven't seen any damsels or dragons at all this year and hardly any butterflies either :-(

    Wonderful Wheatear photos on the previous post too!

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  30. I know that you have beautiful pictures of birds, but these photos are also very nice.

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  31. Wow Bob, excellent!!!!!
    ♥Crissi♥

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  32. fantastically crisp clear macro Bob. A virtual shake of the hand is due !!!!

    Shaun Valleys ShutterBug

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  33. Superb damsel photos Bob...nice one!

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  34. Uy!!!.. qu`é bonita está la libélula!!!... Buen macro.. Enhorabuena Bob

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  35. Thanks for the compliment Bob, lovely pics. Not always right though mate!?

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