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    Default Dragonflies and wasp

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    Love them! The first shot in particular I like - I think it's that gorgeous colour on the dragonfly. Great work and thanks for sharing!

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    Great job, Dragon flies are one of my favorite subjects.
    Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krenka View Post
    Love them! The first shot in particular I like - I think it's that gorgeous colour on the dragonfly. Great work and thanks for sharing!
    Thanks Krenka, it is a really lovely shade of blue - I know very little about dragonfiles apart from they are great things to photograph

    Quote Originally Posted by brieck View Post
    Great job, Dragon flies are one of my favorite subjects.
    Keep up the good work.
    Thanks brieck for using your first post to comment on my photo and welcome to DPS.

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    I just love the dragonflys great job. They are fun to photography aren't they.
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    all tough subjects to catch .. great work
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Cowgirl View Post
    I just love the dragonflys great job. They are fun to photography aren't they.
    They are lovely - I wish I'd taken more shots now. Thanks for looking.

    Quote Originally Posted by jack russell View Post
    all tough subjects to catch .. great work
    Thanks Ian - glad you liked them. Sorry for the delayed response - the connection is a bit iffy here.

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    I love the dragonfly shots, great colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley57 View Post
    I love the dragonfly shots, great colors

    Thanks Bradley

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