Friday, 6 May 2011

Broad-bodied Chaser.

Broad-bodied Chaser (Libellula depressa) captured during a morning stroll around Bookham Common.  [ISO 400; 1/200; f/10 @ 190mm and cropped]      FAB.



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19 comments:

  1. Fantastic Frank. I love the four winged dragonflies. Have a great weekend. Carol

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  2. he's beautiful! he'd make a nice meal for some birdie!

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  3. What a beauty; so fresh and pristine.

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  4. Wow...he really does have a broad body! Beautiful capture, Frank...very crisp! Have a good weekend.

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  5. So very beautiful! Excellent detail. The joys of spring!

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  6. Hi Carol, Theresa, Wilma, Kelly and Julie G. Thanks for your comments.

    We have just had our first decent drop of overnight rain followed by a sunny morning so the flora and fauna should be much happier.

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  7. That's a beauty, well taken.

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  8. Thanks Paul. Saw a few more on the wing today.

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  9. What a beauty. Stunning photography
    and
    I love your header. Its beautiful.

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  10. A superb close-up--love it!

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  11. Gorgeous capture.

    My Critter post, please come and see.

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  12. Hi Lisa. It is great to see the all the new species emerging to add to the Spring colour.

    Cheers Willard. Appreciate the compliment.

    Thank you clubskulit

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  13. Cool critter and a great capture!

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  14. Bugs are just so strange looking up close!

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  15. Hi Becca. I suppose it depends what you are used to .. lol.

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