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Wow that's a beauty ! I've never seen such one here
Lovely photo - finally have my damsel/dragonfly books, so i will be hunting them toodan
Wow ~ this little dragonfly is beautiful! I've seen a dragonfly like the one in the last post but never one like this before ~ wonderful!Have a Happy Tuesday Kerri!xo Catherine
That is gorgeous!
Kerri,Great job on the jewelwing, it is a male, females have a white stigma. I have seen a couple this year but only one at a time.
Amazing vivid iridescent color! Awesome photo!
Nicely captured Kerri.
What a pretty insect.It always amazes me how that God makes each little creature unique. Blessings,Ruth
Beautiful image, Kerri! We have them all over our property & I've been photographing them too. Not an easy capture. Great job!
Cool! Nice Shot!Becky and I saw a black Jewelwing of some sort yesterday. Ours had a white dot on the wing. The little bugger flew onto a sapling that fluttered in the wind and I couldn't get the shot! It even let Becky steady it's purch!
This is beautiful! You must spend a lot of time just waiting for the right shot. When I've tried to shoot butterflies I spend hours just watching my flowers and then of course sometimes missing the shot. Diane
Just amazing Kerri! Nice catch!!!
An Ebony beauty - for sure!
Great catch, Kerri! Those little things sure are hard to capture too. Can't say I've ever seen one before but I'm on the look-out for bugs! Just so long as they aren't scary ones ; )
Hi Kerri,I haven't been around much the last few weeks - running to VA and back for Grandbabies time. :)So many unique shots I've missed.This little guy is gorgeous but I LOVE the previous Pretty Face - awesome detail!Great shots all the way down the page. :)
Beautiful capture Kerri (thanks for identifying it on my blog and explaining the difference between dragonflies and damselflies). I agree with difficulty to capture since they move so much.
Beautiful photo- great captureThanks for following my blogJohnina :^A
I wish so badly I could see and photograph one of these! They're gorgeous, and you captured it wonderfully!