Oh Hi, Welcome back. Once again we will be seeing your beautiful pictures. :)I like the dragonfly's blue color. It looks like a shiny silk wrapped on her.
Deep in the sun-searched growths the dragon-fly Hangs like a blue thread loosened from the sky:-So this winged hour is dropt to us from above.Oh! clasp we to our hearts, for deathless dower,This close-companioned inarticulate hour When twofold silence was the song of love.Dante Gabriel RossettiThe House of Life
welcome back! you have not posted in a very long time. hope all is well!
La siempre fotogénica libélula. Preciosas fotografías.Saludos
Hola :) Soy Sonia. Estoy encantada de conocerte y más aún porque Jerry ha sido quien nos ha presentado. Tienes un blog con unas fotos muy bellas, realizadas con mucho corazón. He leído que antes pintabas, sería agradable ver algunas de tus pinturas. Un cordial abrazo. Sonia.
psychelynHi psychelyn!Thank you! It's a pleasure to be back.I could watch these almost metalic looking Damselflies for hours, infact I have done so.:)So glad you stopped by, and I will visit you very soon.
Hello!!!.. How nice to see you!!!.. Great pictures.. Congrat..
IanHello! Butterflies and Dragonflies are by far my favourite insects.Their colourful but silent presenceis always a breathtaking moment for me.Thank you so much for sharing The beautiful verse by D.G.Rossetti as it conveys exactly how I feel when I chance upon one of them.xx
TexWisGirlHi Theresa!!Thank you, it feels good to be back after my lengthy break. All is well,but thank you for asking.Will visit you soon.:)
NavaThank you Nava.:)
Victor ArandaThank you Victor! I agree they are always so photogenic.
Sonia AguiarHow nice that you came to visit and welcome to my blog.Thank you for your appreciation of my photos.It's always a bonus when fellow bloggers, can feel how much I lovenature, and the beauty around me.:)It was not my intention to show my paintings here,mostly because I would have to get the permission of the sitter to show their portrait. However, perhaps I can make an exception, as one artist to another.:)
Ana Minguez CorellaHi Ana!! Thank you, it's good to be back.Glad you like the photos.Will visit you soon as I play catch-up.:)See you!
Welcome back! Love the damselflies~
Friend of HKThank you!It does feel good to be back.There is so much to see and appreciate.Glad you like the Damselflies.:)
SusanYes I agree,I could watch these little beauties all day. Hope you had a nice day on Sunday!! See you soon.:)
Brilliant images and also "breathtaking", woops.
It's hard to think that design of this predatory insect is older than dinosaurs.
What great close ups of these little damsels. So how do you know the female from the male? Are they color coded? hehe
Bob BushellHa ha!! Thank you Bob!:)
Gaspar de JesusThank you Gaspar!They are a pleasure to photograph.
FallerGood morning!Yes it's amazing to think that the Damselfly predates the Dinosaur byseveral million years. Thanks for passing by.:)
TammyHa ha!! They are Tammy!! In both tha Banded Agrion and the Agrion Virgo, males are blue, and females are green.Cheers.
Beautiful shots!Wish you a wonderful day.Mette
Great and excellent shots...breathtaking images !
Camera CruiseThank you Mette!Appreciate your visit!
LasseThank you so much.Trying to capture their beauty is a pleasure.So glad you like them!
Wow!! What a lovely comeback! I have been looking forward to your return and you have certainly done it with style :-) These are beautiful photos and the damsels are little jewels! I find it very difficult to photograph damselflies especially with the poor light we so often have here. Thank you so much for visiting me and for your comment which I have yet to answer but will very soon. I am really struggling with blogging at the moment, finding it so difficult to fit it in with 'real' life.Warmest good wishes, Jan.
ShySongbirdThank you Jan!The damselfly I saw on your last post was simply beautiful,as were all your photos.You do such a good job,even in poor light you manage to get such wonderful captures.It sounds like you are in need of ablogging break!!!
Silenciosamente ouvindoObrigado Irene!Um abraço.
I love visitng your blog.The fun of finding the bugs of nature have to put you over the edge! Very nice photos, keep em coming.
JaneThank you Jane, I love visiting yours because your posts are so varied,( like your last one):)Each discovery in nature is so exciting.So pleased you like the demoiselles.Thanks for passing by.
Oh the blue and black of the Damselfly! Stunning.I love visiting you.AND: my mistake on my blog in those years. Long story short my daughter quickly brought it to my attention it was 26 years ago NOT 45. No wonder you THOUGHT I looked so young.
So nice! Such a beautiful dragonfly!
JaneNever mind Jane, you still look young for your age(quick calculatedguess):)Thanks for comming back,itdid make me smile.:)
OlgaThank you Olga. They are beautiful little insects.
Love that turquoise color! Beautiful photos!
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