Saturday, July 05, 2008

Camera Critters (#13)

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We went to Old World Wisconsin yesterday for an Old World Fourth of July. It was really enjoyable. I was getting ready to take some pictures of flowers when Cory told me I should get the dragonfly. It took me a little while to even see this little guy, but once I finally spotted it, I had time to take several pictures because he just sat there for the longest time. Wasn't that nice of him?

I got some pictures of other critters for future Camera Critters weekends, too. You'll just have to come back for those.

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18 comments:

  1. Lovely dragonfly shots. It's so nice when they are willing to stop and give you a chance to catch them like this. Beautifully done.

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  2. You did a fabulous job. I adore dragonflies so much... that is why I have the dragonfly tattooed on my wrist... wonderful photo!
    Mountain Retreat Photos

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  3. What a beautifully coloured dragonfly! I do the same as you do: taking pictures in advance for future camera critters! Thanks for the visit.

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  4. Those are magnificent shots of dragonflies. Well done!

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  5. These are great shots! Most often they move just as you go to 'click'!

    Thanks for your visit!

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  6. I love much of dragonflies, here in Brazil we will know as "lavadeira" (something like "washer").

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  7. Great shots Anna! Don't ya just love when they sit still and allow you to take photos of them. I've been known to get done taking several photos of a critter and then verbally tell them "Thank you" hehe yeah, like they really care about my appreciation ;-)

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  8. Those are gorgeous! Very cool looking dragon fly!!!

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  9. I love dragonfly. It is a beautiful photo. The bottom line of taking a good picture is to focus on your subject and what you want to emphasize

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  10. Wow, what a lovely dragonfly pictures!

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