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Broad bodied chaser that had chosen to sit on a dry stick with nice background

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I had never seen so many dragonflies together. This was only half the crowd...

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[IMG]DSC01662 -1 by Lee Abernethy, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Fred F lovely, i would really have liked to see that too.

Jagil, the lighting is wonderful and well used, got to love that Portuguese sun
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From somewhere in a dark rain forest near Kinabatangan. A7ii, LA EA4 Sal10028m f8 1/160
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And another from the same area, the species are unknown to me, so it would be great to hear if anyone has any ideas.

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This was a bit of an odd one. It was dusk, and pretty dark, all I could see was a white flash, of a constantly moving white dragonfly. I had never seen a white dragonfly before, nor one that was out so late. I think i was lucky to get it, using manual focus and guessing when it would get into the focus plane as it flew past, fortunately on almost the same path over and over again. Out of about 30 shots this was the best.

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A99 + sony 70-400G (heavily cropped)
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Mealtime

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And I just noticed that the GPS data in that picture is malformed (= values reversed) and the current data would suggest a location in Iran, which is totally wrong...
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[IMG]DSC09991 -1 by Lee Abernethy, on Flickr[/IMG]
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Scarlet Percher - Diplacodes haematodes

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