Sunday, 1 September 2013

A MIXED BAG.

This post is a bit of a mixed bag. Some shots taken a while ago
 but not making the blog and others taken during the week.

DEW DROPS


DEW DROPS


POPLAR HAWK-MOTH CATERPILLAR


POPLAR HAWK-MOTH CATERPILLAR


BLACK TERN


BLACK TERN


KESTREL


BLACK-HEADED GULL


BLACK-HEADED GULL


COMMON DARTER

COMMON DARTER, fem.


COMMON HAWKER


SOUTHERN HAWKER, fem.


SOUTHERN HAWKER, male.

GOLDEN-RINGED DRAGONFLY
Most of the Dragonflies were taken by Sue.

14 comments:

  1. Krople wody na pierwszych zdjeciach są cudowne. Ważki mnie zachwyciły. Pozdrawiam.
    Drops of water on the first pictures are wonderful. Dragonfly caught my attention. Yours.

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  2. ¸.•°❤❤⊱彡
    Passei para admirar suas fotos.
    Belíssimas, ricas em detalhes preciosos.
    Parabéns!!!

    Boa semana!
    Beijinhos do Brasil.
    ¸.•°❤❤⊱彡

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  3. Wow! That is a mixed bag - but only as far as subjects is concerned! The photography is stunning. Can't pick a favourite, but dew drops, Poplar Hawk caterpillar, Common Hawker and Golden-ringed Dragon are the main contenders for me.

    Wonderful stuff!

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  4. You have been busy with your camera! My favorite is actually the second photo..with the water droplet ready to fall.

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  5. I would be very happy with this mixed bag love the last Golden ring Dragonfly.

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  6. Wonderful photo's on this blog.....compliments.

    greetings, Joop

    http://joopzandfotografie.blogspot.nl

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  8. Thank you for your comments.
    John.

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  9. Great dragonfly shots! I love the kezzy photo too :)

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  10. Hi, I run a blog covering Smestow Valley LNR. I have started a nature network to protect our patches and coordinate wildlife surveys. please could you e-mail smestowsightings@gmail.com and I can send you more information. Regards, Chris Millward movingmountains4nature.blogspot.co.uk. Thank you

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  11. Hi, I run a blog covering Smestow Valley LNR. I have started a nature network to protect our patches and coordinate wildlife surveys. please could you e-mail smestowsightings@gmail.com and I can send you more information. Regards, Chris Millward movingmountains4nature.blogspot.co.uk. Thank you

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  12. Hi Both seem to have let this one slip by me, cracking set of images and Sue I think you outshone the old boy this time, those dragonflies are superb.
    CU SOON.

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  13. A wonderful post filled with stunning nature images! Your superb photographs are always so very detailed and crisp. Love the dewdrop and kestrel shots. The Common Hawker photograph is simply out of this world. As always, a pleasure to view your work!

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  14. Thank you for your comments.
    john.

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