My first semi dedicated dragon venture

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70-300vr handheld. Damsels with macro. I do see how using a tripod next time would be less aggravation than I thought. I have noticed that they often repeatedly land on the same spot over and over. I wish I could have gotten this Damselfly with the wings open.

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I can't help but thinking that if you take away the eyes on the 4th one down the face looks like a monkey or something. They kept opening and closing their mouth but I was never fast enough naturally. Fun!
glenn

sorry I don't know names and have a very limited bug/insect book
 

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