Paddle-Tailed Darner In-Flight Profile by Wolf Read

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A paddle-taled darner (Aeshna palmata) hovers near the shore of a small lake at Beacon Hill Park in Victoria, BC. This dragonfly flew among many representing several different species. Sometimes, two dragons would encounter each other, and a rapid chase would ensue. Most of the time, these gossamer-winged creatures would quietly glide around the waterway on the hunt for food.

Canon Rebel XSi
Canon EF 70-200mm f/4L USM
Canon EF 1.4x II
1/250, f/8, -1/3, ISO 800, 280mm, hand held

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paddle tailed darner, aeshna palmata, lake, mosaic darner, face, genus aeshna, canada, fly, victoria, flying, wing, flight, bokeh, insect, bug, dragonfly, bc, flapping, airborne, hawker, darner, arthropod, odonate, british columbia, vancouver island, canon camera, canon rebel xsi, beacon hill park, canon ef 70 200mm f 4l usm, canon ef 1 4x ii, family aeshnidae, order odonata, class insecta, suborder anisoptera

I am a natural historian and published author, illustrator and photographer. I also take photography commissions and have had a wonderful time with a recent project for the University of British Columbia Farm. Many thanks for visiting my little space here on RedBubble, and thank you also for your purchases—they are very much appreciated.

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