DRAGONS!

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  1. Thunder_o_b

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    Nice shots! Ever shoot them while they are flying? :)
     
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    Thank you cgipson :D

    Shot number four is an in flight shot.

    I have some reds in mating flights some where, let me see if I can find themÂ…."I'll be back" LOL :lol:
     
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    LIES! These be flies!

    I like the last one the best, it has the most interesting angle.
     
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    Nice shots. One thing about shooting dragon flies and damsel flies is many times they will fly away and return to the exact spot.

    Jerry
     
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    LOL :lol: Thank you Josh :D
     
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    Thank you jriepe :D

    And that is half of the technique of shooting dragons :D
     
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    Cool, look forward to seeing them! I got on a kick last summer.. and did nothing but shoot flying dragonflies for a day or two... enjoyed it! Got some nice shots! I figure anyone can shoot 'em sitting still, right? lol!
     
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    Charlie, you just gotta post those shots. If you already have, please post them again, I would love to see them :D
     
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    Here are some of the threads on them....

    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/macro-photography/256194-practicing-aerial-captures.html

    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/macro-photography/257364-dragonfly-sitting-dragonfly-flying.html

    http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/macro-photography/255364-dragonflies-i-shot-today-two-ponds-nwr-comments-welcome.html




     
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    Cool, on my way :D
     
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    very nice set
     

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