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Nice collection. Love to see the dragonflies. And I like to see them in my back yard here too. They can eat all the mosquitoes they want!
Wow, that’s quite a variety of dragonflies.Great close-ups! Absolutely beautiful!
I’ve been trying for awhile, to get decent Dragonfly photos, so I appreciate your patience & skill. Beautifully done!
Thanks Scott, Julie and Cindy. I love the dragons. They’re really fun to watch and challenging to photograph.
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