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19 February 2011

#18 Dragonflies

You've decided again, so here we go with dragonflies ;)

At first, Aeshna affinis (blue-male, green-female):

Zoomed:

One more time male:

And some fat badass Libellula depressa (this male is really massive, huge and fat):

And answers:

Q: Cats and rats living in harmony?
A: Yes, rats are in the cage on the desk, cat doesn't have access to them. Anyway, my cat is afraid of rats after one and the onlyy meeting with them :]


Q: Is it because you did photography that I thought you were a woman?
A: I think that there is more men photographers than women. And I am not counting women that bought the DSLR camera and they think that they're artists/photographers/etc. now ;)

15 comments:

  1. The blue dragonfly is beautiful! :D

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  2. the second zoomed one looks awesome. i had no idea dragonflies looked that mesmerizing.

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  3. >And I am not counting women that bought the DSLR camera and they think that they're artists/photographers/etc. now ;)

    Ah, thats where you got me.

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  4. I've always liked dragonflies. Very cool.

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  5. blue dragonfly rocks. good shots.

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  6. the second zoomed pic is awesome, never seen dragonflies with so much detail like on this one, nice post

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  7. dragonflies are so cool. great pics man

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  8. Have you ever seen Dragonfly nymphs? They're one of the younger stages in a dragonfly's life cycle, and they are terrifying!

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  9. I agree with everyones posts here haha. Dragonflys are amazing.

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  10. Great photos as always, I really love the first two!

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  11. Lovely colors on those dragonflies. These really take my back to my childhood where we had a pond near the house, and lots of dragonflies and lily pads.

    I'll have to search through your other posts but I don't remember seeing if you're using a macro lens for any of these.

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