Sunday, 10 August 2014

Migrant Hawker.


During a patch walk last Thursday I watched five Migrant Hawker (Aeshna mixta) but they weren't very co-operative so here are a couple of shots taken last September from around the pond at Bookham Common.


Hopefully when the current stormy weather ceases I'll get a chance to photograph some of our other varied Odonata  ..... FAB.

13 comments:

  1. Great close ups, Frank!!!...:)JP

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  2. What a beauty!! I must admit, I don't know a single name of a dragonfly and I'm very impressed by anybody who is familiar with them. Gorgeous images.

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  3. My goodness you capture these critters really well and a steady hand too!

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  4. I love the "space suit" heads. :) Great shots.

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  5. Great shots of a pretty dragonfly- love the blue/brown colors. Have a great week, Frank.

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  6. Fabulous pictures! Congratulations :-)
    Greetings from Poland

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  7. Well for them not be very cooperative, you surely got some stunning shots here Frank ;)

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  8. Lovely shots. We have these in the garden this year in good numbers.

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  9. Thanks for all your kind comments.

    Hopefully a few other Dragons will fill the frame before the end of Summer ... if the rain goes away!

    Cheers ... FAB.

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