Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Dragonfly

When the air temperature cooled and there was some stillness about...this little dragonfly had a rest on the rose bush.  These were taken on the macro setting with my Fuji F30.





Until next time...

18 comments:

Shirley said...

Your photography is magnificent Jane. You should enter it into the Springwatch photography competition on the BBC. Check it out if you don't already know about it.
Shirley.

Cathi said...

What absolutely fabulous photos!! I agree with Shirley -- you should enter these in a competition!

Terry said...

Great photos! I just love their wings! :0)

EJ180 said...

Thanks for listing your camera, I was really interested in what you were using. Your photos are beautiful!

black bear cabin said...

way to seize the moment!!! love it! :)

loulee said...

Great picture.
There is something etheral and magical about dragonflies.

anne bebbington said...

Jane - did you happen to see Springwatch on the tv last night - they had a chap on talking about dragonflies

Your pictures are superb as always

Anne Ida said...

Oh, wow! That's gorgeous! Great photos!

Ali Honey said...

You were priviledged to have such a garden visitor. Aren't they fabulous creatures? You did well getting such crisp clear shots of the beauty.
I too love dragonflies.

Stephanie said...

You have a fantastic camera and photography skills.

Rachel said...

Wow - what great photos! Amazing clarity.

Lizzie said...

Great shots Jane, can't wait for summer and dragonfly's to roll around again....
Lizzie
xxx

Sarah Jayne said...

What great photos Jane.

Quilter Kathy said...

Wow! I have never seen such detail in my life! Amazing shots!

*karendianne. said...

Oh my goodness, it's neat to see a thriving dragonfly up close. Really neat. Brought to us by your talent!

Kitty said...

Fabulous shots Jane! Just gorgeous. x

Rachel said...

Stunning, I am in love with macro shots as they bring in close the things we could never see with our own two eyes.

Rachel

Karen said...

Jane, you have such a great eye. The things you catch on film always amaze me.