Daily Life of a Retired Teacher Living in Seattle
How clever of you to take a photo of a dragonfly - I don't think I've ever seen one not in motion.
Wow! What an amazing capture of the dragonfly. Good going, Linda! I must not be very quiet. I still haven't even taken a photo of a mynah bird and they're all around, for goodness sake.
That's a beautiful capture. Nice details!
I love the angle on this creature! Beautiful.
Great photo! Happy SWF!
That is a fantastic shot! I am absolutely mad for dragonflies!
Hello from Colorado. What a wonderful picture.
fun photo i never think of taking closeups of insects guess cause its too hot to be outside much this time of year. would love to get a lizard or something like that. maybe i'll try. i know what you mean about blue sky in seattle-it's the opposite here if it clouds up and rains we celebrate...
Clever angle on that dragon fly. I've always thought of them as mini-helicopters.
Great shot! Very creative and beautiful!
Okay... it's a great shot! It looked just a tad scary to me initially... but when I realized what you'd captured, I was mightely impressed!Awesome, indeed!
I have to agree with you Caryn, I think it's kind of creepy looking, too. It looks like a huge monster looming overhead.It landed on the top of the wire bean trellis and was quite happy to sit there as I got closer and closer and zoomed in on it. When I saw this pic, it was startling.
I like your dragonfly sky, and have been looking back through your posts and see a lot of pictures that I like.
Those bugs are not my favorite, but on a picture they're amazing. I like your sense of humor, yes, we're creatures too, and we need sun, as well!Thanks to fly in my direction. Have a great week end. From France.
I love dragonflies..good catch Linda..
Wow what an amazing shot. Your closeness and angle make it look like a giant flying creature. Just joined the group and it's very impressive what a variety of wonderful shots everyone captures.
Cool shot, I love dragonflies!
I get excited when I see dragonflies. I try to point them out to my six year old daughter. I loved one of the Pooh stories that includes a dragonfly.
Great picture!! My only ? is:Do dragonflies bite or sting?
Great photo of the dragonfly and the sky, yes you have definitely been lucky to have some beautiful clear skies
Great shot of the dragonfly! I also like your Paradise post - that is a beautiful area. Thanks for visiting my Sky Watch.
Hi LindaThanks for being here again..:O)I love shots like this making it on to Sky Watch, I have no luck what so ever with taking pictures of Dragonfly.. always take off as I get near no matter how quiet or slow I move... ha!.Catch up again soonTom
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