Monstrous Dragons

Dragonfly (darter): 19th August 2019

Is it the Common Darter or the Ruddy? I’m not sure which, though with where I found it I favour the latter.

And I’m going for the title Macro on this; this is as close as I can get without special lens.

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26 Responses to Monstrous Dragons

  1. Dale says:

    What a cool colour! Don’t think I’ve ever seen one like that.

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  2. Violet Lentz says:

    Excellent shot! Seldom can I get that close to even look let alone take a picture.

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    • crimsonprose says:

      I’m thinking the answer is the season. I can’t say for certain, but I think dragonflies and butterflies are busy egg-laying. And that requires them to keep still for … however long it takes.


  3. Those big red eyes could pass as sunglasses! πŸ˜€

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  4. Joy Pixley says:

    I’ve no idea what kind of dragonfly that is, but what an impressive creature! You managed to get a great (and very macro-seeming) shot, whichever lens you used.

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  5. I’ve never seen a dragonfly like this one. The ones I’ve seen are a little boring looking compared to yours.

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  6. Jen Goldie says:

    What a beautiful Dragonfly! So colourful! I thought I’d get a quick comment in before possibly losing my connection again. btw letter sent. (10 days from yesterday is the projected arrival.

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  7. Love the detail on the wings. They look so clear and delicate. πŸ™‚

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