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I had no idea these little creatures (Argia agrioides - California Dancer Damselfly) were so cute up close. This was taken while standing in almost a meter of water.
WOW! What a wonderful close-up of this damselfly, Ken! All details are sharp and clear when viewing it in full screen! It's a species I've never seen overhere, must be native to North America! Thanks for joining my drafonfly group!:) Greetings from Germany, Anne
Dinie and M-pictures, thank you for your comments and likes!
Anne, thanks for your warm welcome into your Odonata group!
These adorable blue damselflies are the most common of all damselflies here. How lucky!
Greetings from California! - Ken
Waw !!! L+ F
Pretty eyes. YSL. Regards, Catherine.
Très bonne photo. Une macro fort réussie !
Salutations de Cannes, Méry 3°人~°。
Photos sur ma terrasse - (Photos on my terrace)
A really great one, Ken! Good pose, and good focus throughout (something I'm struggling with with these guys)
Thank you Ingo, Catherine, Martine-B, and Méry 3°.
If you are still listening after all this time, theverbiage, this is a blend of several shots taken while rotating the focus ring. I haven't figured out yet how to get good focus throughout with a single shot.
Thank you, Ken - yes, I'm still tuned in )) That's what I do, too - it seems that once you get pretty close, not enough of your subject is in focus.
absolutely beautiful......like!! gr. roeli
Incredible sharpness and clarity on this shot, Ken. Just love it, David.
What a beautiful colors !
he(she) looks like smiling .
LIKE** Greetings from Japan. Savignac
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Photo taken in Stevens Creek Trail, Mountain View, CA 94043, USA
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