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Old Jul 9, 2011, 12:10 PM   #1
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I know, another green one. Only ones I can find right now.

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Old Jul 9, 2011, 12:17 PM   #2
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Great shot.
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Amazing shot JJ.
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jj,

You have the luck with green dragonfly. I've never had a shot an any dragonfly. Great shot. By the way, what is your setting....
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Great shot jj, is it the 'same' dragonfly?
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Great shot jj, is it the 'same' dragonfly?
Thanks Graig, Catalex and Jeff. (Jeff I will post the settings later)


Square One, I have been finding a few of the greens for the last 3 weeks are so when I go out looking. They are hard to find and hard to get close to.

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Beautiful creature, jj. I have not seen a green one in my area, only blue and red. But I will keep looking; you have inspired me . It looks simply stunning against the green background.
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Excellent shot JJ. Hey, at least you get to photograph dragonflys
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