Beautiful ! I liked the concept of dragonfly and this branch. 🙂
Thank you for liking it! He did stay there for a couple seconds to let me snap a shot. 🙂
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Oh wow, what a beautiful capture!
Thank you, Bebs! Lucky to be there, I didn’t not expect to capture dragonfly. 🙂
Great shots, Amy. I love dragonflies!
I love them too, Cathy, but they are so hard to capture. 🙂 Thanks!
Beautiful entries Amy.
Thank you, Colline! 🙂 Glad you like it.
That first photograph is truly spectacular, Amy. You captured the essence of the dragonfly in the greenery it was on, the wings paralleled with the cobweb…really wonderful. 🙂
Thank you, Jet! I wasn’t sure I capture the dragonfly and didn’t see the web at all 🙂 Happy to share it with you!
Wow, beautiful photos, Amy. I especially love that first one! 🙂
I was surprised by this capture, Linda. 🙂 Thank you so much!
Beautiful dragon fly!
It was a thrill to capture it 🙂 Thank you, Angeline!
Thank you, Cee! 🙂
Beautiful pictures Amy – it shows how effective pictures can be for this theme!
So glad you like it, Meg! They are beautiful, but it’s difficult to capture. Thank you for stopping by 🙂
Most of your photos have this singular beauty that is minimal and helps me focus more on what you see, Amy. You are a good photographer and I will say that over and over again. Thank you. Perpetua.
I appreciate so much of your comment, Perpetua. Thank you for the compliment, it means a lot to me. 🙂
The photo of the dragonfly is exceptionally good!!!
Running into a dragonfly like this one was a pure luck! Thank you so much for your comment, Aletta 🙂
Each one is a masterpiece. I wish I wasn’t afraid of little creatures. I can’t seem to capture them. These are wonderful for the challenge. Well done …!!!!😊
I’m so flattered by your compliment, Isadora. I haven’t had a luck, until this time, and he didn’t stay there longer than a second. Thank you!! 🙂
Gorgeous shots Amy 🙂
Thank you, Kaz! 🙂
Great capture. 😀
Thank you, Raewyn! Happy to share it with you. 🙂
Great shots of our fantastic nature! I adore dragonflies and this is a brilliant shot.
So glad you like it, Leya! I was there at the right time 🙂
Wow, so beautiful…you transported us to fairyland 🙂
Thank you, Seonaid! Very happy to see you 🙂
The coloring you captured on the dragonfly is lovely. I’m so intrigued by these little creatures 🙂
Thank you, Ingrid! This was the first time I captured the dragonfly so far. They move almost too fast. 🙂
Beautiful, Amy. 🙂
Thank you for visiting, Dragon! Glad you like it. 🙂
Gorgeous Amy! I love the dragonfly shot! What kind of camera and lens do you use? I sadly only use a point and shot but am trying to get better at photography. Your photos are always so amazing!!!
They are almost impossible to capture. I was just lucky that day 🙂 I use Cannon EOS and I have three different lensed, I can’t remember which one I used for this shot. I’m learning about lens and macro shots, etc.
Awesome. I need to really learn more about macro shots. I have no lens. Just my camera. It is hard to travel with a big camera so mine is more compact but I still love it! 🙂
Btw, I will join the global bicycle program, Thank you for providing the list. 🙂
YEAH! Stay tuned as they are going to do a guest post in December for my blog! 🙂
Wow, Amy your level of detail opens a whole new world!
Thank you for your compliment, Lisa! Macro lens offers some opportunities of capturing details.
Amy that first photo is pure magic!
Thank you for liking this one, Sue! I was pleasantly surprised when I open it up on my iMac. 🙂
wow- the first photo is incredible!!
Thank you for visiting and leaving comment! 🙂
both images are beautiful – but that first one is simply brilliant! i found this a tough challenge since most of my images are filled with details 🙂
Thank you! 🙂 I have seen so many different ways to interpret the theme.
minmal and FASCINATING Nature 🙂 ❤
I’m so happy you like this one, Yvette! I was thrilled to capture it. 🙂
Incredible flower skeleton Amy! Fantastic photos
Glad you like the flower skeleton, Anna! 🙂
That is an incredible capture.
Thank you, Lulu. So glad you like it. 🙂
That first shot is amazing Amy – beautiful response to the challenge!
Thank you for your comment, Tina! I captured it a couple of weeks ago, and glad I did. Happy to share it with you 🙂
Wonderous shots!! What a world you share with us!!
I’m happy I could share it with you 🙂 Thank you for stopping by!
Stunning one Amy …Great for this week theme 🙂
Awesome shots Amy! The dragonfly is just precious! Wow 🙂
The dragonfly was a lucky shot. 🙂 Thank you, Lola!
That dragonfly is just exquisite. You can see all the details!!! … even the tiny little hairs. You are so ready for a Nature photographer job.
He stayed there long enough for me to snap. I give credit to my macro lens for picking up the details. 🙂
So glad you caught this post, Rommel.
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Such perfect images for this challenge. Bravo!
Than you so much for your comment, Cindi! 🙂
That first one is such an impressive image. Thank you Amy for sharing.
Your comment means a lot to me, Mr. Shimon. Thanks to you!
Wow Amy, that dragonfly is stunning! 🙂
Lucky shot, he stay there long enough for me to snap a couple of shots. 🙂
Love the dainty detail.
That first capture – WOW!
Great shot! I love dragonflies and damselflies.
So many beautiful details of simplicity in its best, Amy!
great dragon fly photos.
What en elegant shot of the dragonfly!
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