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Droplets on a Dragonfly

The monsoon rain gifted some droplets of magic to this dragonfly...


55 comments:

  1. Wow great capture from underneath!!

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  2. Oh! This is a lovely thing to see. Droplets look so wonderful on its wings.

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  3. Wow! this is great :)

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  4. This is a different surroundings - I like that. Beautiful picture!

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  5. I wish I were getting droplets of magic....I'm just getting downright soaked. Lucky dragonfly. Glad you aren't getting a picture of me, soggy and sniffly.

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  6. Beautifully captured detail in the wings!!

    Visiting your page via 'NF Winged'.

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  7. Very nice! The droplets add a lot of pizazz!

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  8. Oh wow..what an amazing capture...these beautiful insects are so hard to catch...I love this...Michelle from Nature Notes

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  9. Lovely. The droplets "did" the picture.
    Have a nice day.
    Mormor

    http://www.starbear.no/mormor/2013/07/18/stikker-na-sa-skjaera/

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  10. What amazing detail and a unique perspective. Great capture!

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  11. What a beautiful dragonfly. You've got a fantastic camera eye.

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  12. Those little droplets are amazing! Wonderful macro shot.

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  13. Smuk guldsmed, med himmelsk baggrund ;-)


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  14. Wow, such fine details! Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #23' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #24...

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  15. What a beautiful shot, I love the droplets on his wings. Thanks for sharing at our party :).

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  16. Great capture of the dragonfly and the droplets.

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  17. Impressive close-up. Have a good week. :)

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  18. That's a stunning photo! I can never find a dragonfly willing to stay still long enough for me to photograph it.

    Ecstatic Shadows

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  19. Wow! Isn't it beautiful? Thanks for sharing.
    :-)
    Traci

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  20. Thanks for linking up with the Friday Flash Blog. I hope you checked out the highlighted posts as well as everyone’s terrific entries. Have a fabulous weekend!

    Jennifer
    thejennyevolution.com

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  21. Amazing detail and fantastic perspective.

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  22. Beautiful shot and artful title. -Aaron

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  23. Hi, found your blog on Creative Mondays. I love dragonflies. You really got a good shot. :}

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  25. Oh wow, great shot :)

    Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays

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  26. Wow, lovely details in the wings! Thanks for sharing on WTS!

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  27. stunning photo, i am constantly amazed at how you capture the shot and the right moment.

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  29. Nice capture!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  30. That is a lovely picture, you are great at taking awesome shots.

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  31. Wow! looks like jewels on wings.

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  32. I love the blue colour and those water drops. We don't have dragonflies of such a colour here in Slovenia.

    You are welcome to check out a report from a recent trip to Rome at my blog. Have fun and keep blogging!

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  33. beautiful caption to a beautifully taken shot.raindrops add more life to the wings

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  34. Gasp what an incredible image.

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  35. Quite the amazing photo !

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  36. fantastic picture, great photography

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  37. Gorgeous photo!

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  38. beautiful, I love that macro and the sharp details, great job shiju

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  39. I see its a conductor, what lens did you use. How did you spot this? great shot!

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    1. Used a point and shoot camera for this. I noticed the droplets only after I downloaded the pictures to my computer.

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  40. you must be joking. how could you get so close.

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    1. My point and shoot has a 24-840mm telephoto zoom.

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  41. Dragonflys are magical. Lovelly picture :)

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