Tag Archives: Damselflies

The Trapeze Artist

Damselflies were everywhere flitting, tempting and teasing my lens. Then…yes!…this one held still just long enough for me to point and click though not sufficient for me to get a good focus. Balance, another title from the list Maria Antonia … Continue reading

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Tuesday Treats: Flowers, Flies and Other Beasts

Shots from our walk on 28th May 2022. A medley. If you look closely you’ll see there are two bees… Water Lilies and Water Violets… Fancy fungi found hiding along the way… A grey wagtail; it flitted like a butterfly … Continue reading

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Tuesday Treat: Flowers and Flutters

The flowers of hedgerow, riverside and field, plus a selection of “flyers” encountered on our visit to Coltishall on 15th July 2021 Some common, some rare, some purely delightful… hope you’ve enjoyed. More next week.

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Sunday Picture Post: Winging It

From dragons… to damsels… to butterflies that strike arrogant poses… and those that try to hide… We walked from Oulton Village (north Lowestoft) via Flixton Marshes, Somerleyton, Ashby and Lound to Hopton. So many butterflies, so many great shots, it … Continue reading

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Imagine . . . Damsels Flying

As a bird photographer I’m best at flowers—they don’t flit and fly away. Yet, ironically, the smaller flyers (butterflies, dragon- and damselflies) when they alight upon a leaf are more likely to (re)pose awhile. And so . . . Photos … Continue reading

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