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Thank you! Have a great Friday. 🙂
Happy Friday to you as well!
Each does inspire. Nicely interpreted.
Thank you so much, Sally! Happy to share with you. 🙂
Thank you so much, CM! Happy you like it. 🙂
Wonderful fleeting moments Amy, I especially love the dragonfly 💖 xxx
Thank you! I was happy with the capture. 🙂
You did a great job, Amy, of capturing these “fleeting moments”! And thank you ever so much for your link to my blog and the post/videos about “our” fawn!
Have a wonderful weekend,
Thank you, Pit! I love your video. Thank you again for sharing! 🙂
This is an interesting theme, and I really enjoyed your photos, Amy. I liked each one very much — the dragonfly is stunning (what a color!) and the dandelion seed is beautifully evanescent, soon to be dancing away.
Thank you for your encouraging feedback, Jet! Have a great weekend. 🙂
Such exquisite photos Amy. I think you have to be so quick yet calm in your photography to get such astounding moments. Wishing you a beautiful weekend and thank you for these lovely images.
Thank you, Sue for your thoughtful comment! These fleeting moments will last for a long while.
Enjoy the weekend. 🙂
Wow wonderful !
Thank you! 😊
Beautiful capture of the dragonfly in motion. Love it!
Thank you, GH! This one was a nice surprise. 🙂
Superb shots! 🙂
Thank you so much, Scifi! 🙂
Oooh, thank you for your compliment, Sanfer! 🙂
Wow this is lovely!
Happy you like it, Rondo! 🙂
A purple damselfly! Lovely! (I hope that is what that is up there!)
Yes, a purple dragonfly! My lucky shot. 🙂 🙂
Lovely photos Amy!
Thank you, Cindy! Happy to hear from ya, as always. 🙂
All of these photos are delightful, Amy, but I particularly like the dragonfly.
Thank you, Robbie! The dragonfly was a lucky capture, I stood there still for at least 15 minutes waiting for this moment. 🙂
Lovely fleeting moments pictured here, Amy!
Thank you for liking it, Helen! 🙂
Beautiful choices for the challenge!
Thank you so much, Hien! 🙂
That dragonfly is a fabulous capture Amy. Hope you have a lovely weekend.
Thank you, Sue! This one is a small one, but very pretty. A lucky shot 🙂
Enjoy your weekend.
Beautifully dome, Amy. The purple dragonfly (?) looks like it’s eating a piece of cream cheese 🧀😊
A stunning color of the dragonfly. Not sure they will like cream cheese. 🙂
Thank you, Mabel!
Lovely captures Amy 🙂
Thank you, Dahlia! 🙂
These are lovely. I especially like the one of the seed!
Thank you so much for visiting and commenting! 🙂
The dragonfly is amazing. They are so hard to photograph.
I found it’s very challenging to capture. I was lucky!
Thank you Leanne. 🙂
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Thank you, Derrick! 🙂
Amazing collection Amy. Love the dragonfly shot.
So glad you like dragonfly image. I may never capture it again. 🙂
Thank you, Rupali!
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Love the pictures! Beautiful post!
Thank you so much! 🙂
Over here all dragonflies I saw were green. This one is extremely cute! Fits with your Avatar colour. Excellent capture of the hummingbird. But… #2 is my absolute favourite in this series. Lovely scene well composed, Amy! 🙂
Thank you so much, Reinhold for taking time to give me feedback. 🙂 I was happy with the dragonfly and hummingbird images since they are difficult to capture. Very happy you like the #2. 🙂
Perfect choices Amy! I love the damsel fly 🙂
I’m always amazed that each dragonfly I see is always so different…love the shade of purple on the one you captured. I’m sure the hummingbird photo is equally wonderful but I could never get it to download.
These are beautiful, Amy. I especially like the dragonfly! Magnificent capture! 🙂
Hmm, for some reason I can’t seem to get the hummingbird to load. 😦
Sorry about that, I reloaded and updated, it may work a little better.
Thank you for visiting, Linda! 🙂
Ah, there it is! Fantastic shot! 🤗
Thank you, Linda! Appreciate you spending time here. 🙂
This is a fascinating topic, and I truly making the most of your photographs, Amy.
great shots, as always, Amy 🙂
Beautiful Amy … 🙂
An fleeting moments are photographic food 🙂
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