Monday, 20 July 2015

Damselflies

When I was back in the UK I spent a but of time in Norfolk, which has some prime fishing locations in it.  The wildlife around these water was great, although not many fish were being caught.

I was amused to watch these damselflies, which I think are Blue Tailed Damselflies, using the floats for a resting post.




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18 comments:

  1. Oh, what fun shots and a great way to start my day!! Thanks for sharing the fun!! Have a great new week!!

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  2. Wonderful macro shots, Stewart. And I love the reflections! Great captures. Enjoy your new week ahead!

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  3. Amazing photos and excellent reflections!

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  4. They are neat creatures. I love 'em because they eat skeeters. eat all ya want, ladies.

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  5. I love photographers who can see whatever else is photogenic, not just the subject they had first set out to explore. Nicely captured.

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  6. Wow! What wonderful shots! Wow! Wow! :)

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  7. Fun! Nice of someone to build all those damselfly resting spots )).... Great photography, you are so quick on that button. I'm lucky if I can get my eyes to focus on one of these flitty beauties, let alone try to take a picture.

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  8. Neat linear reflections! Not sure if linear is the right word, but sounds like a good candidate.
    The red resting objects are very colorful and unique also.
    Have a Great Week, Stewart!
    Peace :)

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  9. wow those are neat. i like the reflections and how they look bent.

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  10. I love damselflies, particularly with the aqua coloration. It's so cool with the great reflections in the water, and I like the first one with the second damselfly going by like a helicopter.

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  11. Such pretty little blue characters in greta contrast with the red.

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  12. Wonderful!
    Love the reflections!
    Lea

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  13. Super-fun shots!
    Please come link up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/07/bug-eyes.html

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  14. Beautiful insects. I have never seen them before. I love the reflections in the water.

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  15. Really cool photos! What awesome little damselflies!

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  16. Very neat captures. I really like the reflections.

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