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The males are easy to recognize with their vibrant blue color, yellow-striped thorax, and metallic green eyes. Coleman Pond - Lincolnville, Maine

This one flew everywhere and nowhere, but I followed because it is the season. He is cool but definitely and hopefully not the only one I see for the season.

While I have seen tons of blue and black dragonflies around my area, red ones or even yellows ones, like the ones Peter captured, are rare, or rather, I have…

I live near by a state park with a decent sized lake and the lakeside vegetation attracts lots and lots of dragonflies. Getting decent images just takes a bit…

It's that time of the year when these guys are flying about all over. I could shoot them forever. Very fascinating insects.

Still sorting through the recovered pics from my crashed hard drive. Found a few more I had forgotten about.

I was fortunate to go and hike on the Kleinplaas dam trail in the Table Mountain national park. Saw some Dragonflies. The Cape skimmer (Orthetrum julia capicola…

Nearly all of the dragonfly’s head is eye, so they have incredible vision that encompasses almost every angle except right behind them. Coleman Pond -…

After molting for the final time, this beautiful critter emerged from the empty nymph case and entered the final stage of its life cycle. Coleman Pond -…

A lovely cruisedown the river ouse with fine weather, good company and lovely scenery, aptly summed up by the slogan on the first image - 'Life is beautiful'
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