Some Dragonflies & a Horned Lark

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  1. Detoff

    Detoff TPF Noob!

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    1. I believe this is a Western Meadowhawk...?
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    2. Same dragonfly
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    3. Different species? Female?
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    4. Some variety of Damselfly
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    5. Horned Lark
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    6. Lone sunflower in a grain field.
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  2. lkavaney

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    the lone sunflower is cool shot! but not so sure on the orange border.
     
  3. Detoff

    Detoff TPF Noob!

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    Thanks, glad you like it. I wasn't sure on the borders myself, I was getting bored by the time I'd processed these and thought I'd try the color bit. I usually keep it simple w/ black & white borders.
     
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    its a wicked shot for sure! but I think the 2 shades of orange clash just a bit. Needs printing and hanging imo.
     
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    kundalini Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I much prefer #2 over #1 because of the portrait orientaion. Flows with the grasses in the background and less confusing visually to my eyes but I like the position of the dragonfly better in #1. I agree the border color should change.
     

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