Red-eyed Damselfly

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Guido
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Red-eyed Damselfly

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Picture is made with a 450mm in combination with a 1,7 converter. 765mm, F9, 1/500, Iso 800

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Re: Red-eyed Damselfly

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I can't see the picture. Problems with uploading?
EDIT: Sorry, it was just very delayed. Not your fault.
Nice picture
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Guido
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Re: Red-eyed Damselfly

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Thx Troels,

love your country by the way!

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Re: Red-eyed Damselfly

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Excellent colors and reflection!

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Re: Red-eyed Damselfly

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I do like this too. Very nice to have the reflection. Well done!
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Guido
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Re: Red-eyed Damselfly

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Thx

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Re: Red-eyed Damselfly

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Your next mission is to photograph the mite on the terminus of the abdomen.

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