Wednesday, 25 July 2018

SOUTHERN MIGRANT HAWKER AT PORTHGWARRA.

TODAY WE WENT TO PORTHGWARRA HOPING FOR THE 
SOUTHERN MIGRANT HAWKER BUT EXPECTING IT TO HAVE GONE. 
IT WAS STILL THERE AND VERY EASY TO SEE BUT BUSY CHASING OFF 
A COUPLE OF EMPERORS. IT HARDLY EVER LANDED.






9 comments:

  1. What a result for you and some lovely photos too. Stunning dragonflies. Well done.

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  2. Ohhh, you are amazing photographer. These are fantastic. Greetings.

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  3. It should be an immutable law of nature that dragonflies and butterflies pose nicely for pictures!

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  4. Hi. Fantastic photos. I like a lot. Regards.

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  5. Hi John,
    Wow, lovely images of the dragonfly!!!
    Best regards, Maria

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  6. I'm getting extremely jealous, John and Sue. It seems that everyone is seeing these fabulous dragons except me! Your images are superb!

    My very best wishes to you both - - - Richard

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  7. Thank you Richard,will try to send some your way.
    Kind regards.
    John and Sue.

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  8. Hello
    great dragonfly pictures, I even tried it myself but they were always too fast away .. ;-))
    Greetings Frank

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  9. These photos of this dragonfly are absolutely breathtaking. I love the quality and clarity of these photos, so vibrant and pretty. Thanks for the share, have a fantastic weekend. Keep up the posts.
    World of Animals

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