The flys have it...

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  1. nikon90s

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    Dragon Fly that is

    This little guy found a spot on my sons play set, I found him while I was cutting the grass (you can tell me it looks good, I know) he stayed there the whole time even when I dragged the play set from one side of the yard to the other. After I was done cutting the grass we had diner and I put my son to bed. Then I thought to myself I wonder it that little dragon fly is still there so I got my camers and my 100mm macro and found him sitting there still about 2 hours after I first moved him while cutting the grass.

    I hope you like it.

    Jason




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  2. kyoungxlee

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    yeah, theyre real lazy.. first time i shot one, i rushed to take pictures of it before it goes away. but after taking a grip of shots, i realized it wasnt planning on leaving anytime soon.

    i like the first one.
     
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    How surprising it didn't fly off with all the ruckus of you moving the play set and cutting the grass.

    I really like that there were strong colours where you photographed it....really adds zing to the picture, IMO. Although I like them both, the first stands out for me too....kinda artsy the way you shot it.
     

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