5.27.2014

Wordless Wednesday - Dragonflies

Welcome back for more Wordless Wednesday! 

Recently, we went on vacation and look what I found! 

Dragonflies. 

They are amazing little creatures.

I hope you enjoy them.

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Blue Dragonfly on Water Lilly

Red Dragonfly
Red Dragonfly in Flight


Red Dragonfly in Flight

Black and Green Dragonfly

THANKS FOR DROPPING BY! 


39 comments:

  1. Awesome captures!! HappyWW!

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    1. Thanks Cathi! How lucky are you to have fresh grapes right by your house? Thanks for dropping by.

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  2. Beautiful shots! Here's one I took last year: Damsel Fly

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    1. That's a fantastic shot Erika! Thanks for dropping by.

      Great minds think alike....... :)

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    1. Thanks Tina! I love them too. They're a challenge to photograph since they are so fast. But it was worth taking lots to get the ones I did. :)

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  4. Great captures they remind me of kids remote control planes LOL

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    1. They do look like that! I thought the blur showed their speed. Thanks for dropping by Steve!

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  5. I love dragonflies! Gorgeous pictures!

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    1. Thanks Robin! Happy to share. :)

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  6. Yes, wonderful photos, I really like these dragonflies, well captured!

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    1. Thank you Leovi! I'm always amazed at your artwork! Have a great day!

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  7. Amazing photos as always! I wish I can take photos with such clarity =) #WW

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    1. Keep trying! You can do it! :)

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  8. My son has always been intrigued in all sort of bugs, dragon flies sometimes can get so big, there amazing to watch! #WW

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    1. They are such interesting creatures. :) It took me a while to get the red one. He didn't want to slow down and rest very much, hence, two shots of him in flight! Thanks for dropping by!

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  9. And I always though of the little things as just bugs. :( Your pictures always display God's beauty - even when it's unexpected.

    BTW - my blog gets back underway on Friday. The break's been nice but I miss writing them.

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    1. I look forward to your post! It sure was fun spending time with you Sherry! Have a blessed day!

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  10. love dragonflies! Looking forward to your aperture post on Friday!

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    1. I hope the post helps explain what aperture can do for your shots! Thanks for dropping by!

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  11. I haven't seen any yet this year. I always get excited when I do. :)

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    1. I was at the beach when I got these. I've only seen a glimpse of a small one here. Hope they show up soon for you! :)

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    1. Thanks Ellen! :) It was fun to get three different kinds at once! Have a great day!

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  13. Beautiful dragon flies.

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    1. Thanks Bailey! I hope yo have a great day!

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  14. They are so pretty! I love watching them fly.

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    1. Me too! Thanks for coming by Alissa!

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  15. Great shots. I love dragonflies.

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    1. Thanks for coming by! Your sunrise shot is lovely!

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  16. Lovely shots - absolutely beautiful! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  17. Delightful dragonflies, especially the first red one! I'm very impressed, as I have yet to capture a single dragonfly photo.

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    1. They are a bit tricky. They're so small and fast! Keep trying, you'll get them one day!

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  18. I love dragonflies and you caught so many in so many different colors!
    Lovely!
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    Traci

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    1. We were visiting a garden and I was thrilled to see three varieties of dragonflies. Thanks for dropping by!

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  19. Dragonflies are such cute creatures. And sooo hard to catch a photo of. Well done!

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  20. Great set of pictures, I do find dragonflies to be very interesting. I would use both Dragonflies and Butterflies as an inspiration subjects back in the days...
    Hope you have a wonderful rest of the week.

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  21. I love dragon flies. Great shots.

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