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The Beautiful Demoiselle (Calopteryx virgo) is a graceful damselfly with a butterfly-like flight, most often found near fast-flowing waters. This was seen at Upton Warren in Worcestershire.
beautiful demoiselle, insect, odonata
This is lovely!5/4/14
A wonderful macro, Di!
Thank you Thea, this was the first Beautiful Demoiselle I’d ever seen so was really excited to be able to photograph it.
Very nice work Di
Thank you Larry!
Not just a lovely damselfly but a great macro photograph too!Beautifully done Di.
Thanks Mike for your much appreciated comment, it was definitely a treat to see.
Beautiful indeed dilouise, stunning too! What a capture.
Thanks Evie, its the prettiest Damselfly I’ve seen so far and am glad you like it.
Beautiful work!!!Please click on the link below to view your feature and congratulate your fellow ArtistsLOVE THESE CREATURES ~ FEATURE GALLERY ~ May 2014
I’m really pleased to have been featured in Love These Creatures, thank you Evita!
Congratulations on a exquisite macro! I haven’t seen one yet I am sure we must have them somewhere. Beautiful!
Thank you for your wonderful comment Rita. I was in Adelaide a few weeks ago and saw some dragonflies in Mount Lofty Botanic Garden which isn’t too far from you. I’m not sure if Beautiful Demoiselles exist in Australia but there are others around. Your part of the world is beautiful and I’m looking forward to my next visit.
Thanks for the lovely reply Di I have been to Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens but failed to see anything, Sometimes I am looking for other things and forget about the little critters. I did get a shot of a lovely Koala halfway up a tree. I am happy you like our part of the world. Next time you will have to give me a Hoy and we can have a chat over a cuppa.
Thanks Rita, I will!
Friday 9 May 2014
Thanks for my feature Steve, it’s very much appreciated!
These are exquisite creatures – gorgeous! Congratulations on your feature in Closeups in Nature – FAVE:>)
Thank you MotherNature, I agree with you, they are stunning. Thanks for your fave too!