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very nice detail, very well focused, with nice light
You've made a big win with the blog, definitely good. And what about the Common Darter, that is the best I've seen.
WOW now that is a close look and it is so sharp and crisp, very good entry~
Beautiful shot. So sharp!
Wow, you have a grand blog there, and I love the Common Darter, precious.
OUTSTANDING, Frank!!!!!This wonderful close up is amazing!!!!Certainly, this insect is fascinating!!!!ciao ciao elvira
Hi smalldot. Thanks very much.Hi Bob. Fortunate to find this one today sitting quietly on a path so getting close was relatively easy.Hi Mary. Could have used this on the other blog post if it had appeared a day earlier!Hi Ian. Thanks for the compliment.Hi Elvira. Glad you liked it.Have a good weekend everyone. FAB.
Cracking shot Frank. Captured some excellent detail there.
Hi Keith. Thanks, there was very little that made itself available today!
Are you manually controlling the f stop?Great shot
Hi john bord. Yes, I usually use Aperture Priority to control the depth of field.
Wow this reminds me of a stained glass window or something!
Hi Jen. I'm sure the patterns have provided inspiration for many artists.
Wow.. Amazing shot . Detail is brilliant. Excellent.I did see one the other day and missed him. They are around here much.
Hi Lisa. Have fun catching up with this one.
Great images Darter is superb!
Great shot. Amazing detail. :)I take most of my photos on Aperature Priority also. Dragonflies are so much fun to capture. I had one land on the antena of our van the other day,just after I parked, when I was out looking for them. Ha! That was funny. :)
Picturit. Thanks Alexander.Hi Dianne. They often turn up in the most unusual places...lol.
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