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Caught this wonderful blue dasher at Nelson’s Fish Camp on the Okalwaha River, near Weirsdale, Fl.I used a Nikon D7000.
dragonfly, florida, nikon, insects
Great capture Margaret.
Thanks, Mark. These insects are so fascinating. I appreciate you stopping by!
– Margaret Shark
Thanks, Karen. Thanks so much for stopping by.
It looks like the wings are made of glass!!!!! An excellent capture!!!!, Bill
Thanks, Bill. I agree, their wings are just awesome. Glad you stopped by.
Perfectly composed and photographed !
Thanks, Carlos. Really appreciate the feedback.
Thanks, Larry! :0)
Aha! What a beauty! A gorgeous blue, wow. Beautiful capture. I am missing my butterflies and dragonflies (and flowers!) up here in the northeast during winter. Hoping at least for some snow, but so far, nothing much. Lovely chatting with you. hugs, shar xoxoxoxoxxo
It was in the 50’s today and we are headed for the low 80’s tomorrow. No snow, although two years ago we did have a tiny bit. Great chatting with you!!! hugs, margaret xxxoooxxx
I have trouble seeing them, let alone photographing one, so you get 11/10 just for that, and then it gets better, well done.
I won’t show you the 100 shots I took to get this one. I’ll just pretend like I am really good or something. Thanks so much for the wonderful comments.
October 14/2012Congratulations Margaret with your feature, a wonderful job!Enjoy the Permanent Featured Gallery!!!Cheers, Jo ;)
Thank you so much! I am really honored. Thanks again!
Congratulations on your feature in the Winged Insect Group. It’s a gorgeous dragonfly and a stunning shot.
Thanks, I am so pleased. These fellow are beautiful and really hard to capture. Thanks again for stopping by.
What a wonderful surprise and honor. There are great images in the gallery. It’s humbling.Thanks for stopping by.