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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Pendragon, Aug 8, 2008.
A young Common Darter (Sympetrum striolatum) enjoying the Belgian summer The background is a wall.
just beautiful, as always
thanks for sharing these with us
Great shots. It looks like a young female. She has chosen the wrong day to emerge.
WOW is all I can say
Awesome shots Jan, did you just invite him in to pose?? really, how do get them to stay still? Was it drying it"s wings when you made the shot?
Are these stacked? Crazy detail! Awesome job.
Yes, it's a very young female. There were only two who emerged today in my pond.
The dragon was ready to fly but because of the cool and rainy weather it sat very calm on its stick. Bad day for the dragon, lucky day for me.
Stacked? No way. Pictures are as they were made. I only corrected levels.
But thanks to the weather conditions I had all the time to find the perfect angle to make these pics.
Beautiful capture! Delicate creature, very nice photography.
Beautiful shots, Jan!
Love the light!