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Redtail (Ceriagrion aeruginosum) female

 



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Red-tailed Pennant (Brachymesia furcata)

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Female blue skimmer


Female Wandering ringtail
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An oldie, from 2006 with my KM5D and Tamron 28-200. Never processed before but sometimes you can find worthwhile "sleepers" while going through your catalog

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A couple

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Another couple, Large reds-



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Common Blue-



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you made it look scary and funny at the same time, nice !

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Broad bodied chaser male sitting on a blue iris bud


Common blue damsel fly captured in the air
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Not easy to capture them flying. Well done! What equipment and settings did you use?
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Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Not easy to capture them flying. Well done! What equipment and settings did you use?

Thanks Fred

No, they are not easy to capture flying, and I'm not fast enough to follow them with the camera. But this one kept making short flights from the same spot, so I used manual focus and just fired away every time it took a flight, hoping to get some shots in focus.

This picture is not 100% sharp, but when resized to 900px it looks sharp enough.

It's taken with 100-400GM @400, on A7RM3. f/6.3, 1/1600, ISO500
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I like to share this picture hope you like it.
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A7III and A6500 with glass from 10mm to 600mm my flickr
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A7III and A6500 with glass from 10mm to 600mm my flickr
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