Red Damsel With Prey
- eqshannon (31141)
- [2007-11-24 7:02]
It looks as though it has caught more than a thanksgiving dinner. Not being from the states, the damselfly has caught a giant beast. Perhaps to bring it back to the round tale of merry women....a good capture...you have seen His face!
- flashpoint (28008)
- [2007-11-24 8:15]
nice capture and great timing Steve
this damselfly it has really hunger!!!
beauty colors and details
well seen!!! tfs sERGIO
- haraprasan (20403)
- [2007-11-24 8:17]
A very beautiful capture of this damselfly having its meal. Sorry for the tiny moth though. Very nice details and an excellent composition with very good timing and POV. Thanks a lot for sharing.
- wishnugaruda (19365)
- [2007-11-24 12:21]
your damsel catched a realy big prey, it's amazing to see it from the frontside with this moth. The colours are also very pretty, thanks
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- arfer (0)
- [2007-11-24 21:13]
They look so dainty and elegant when they fly by ,but this shot magnifies their predator side.
Very well captured,this murderous damselfly is really giving you the evil eye.
Well focused with sharp details and lovely bright colours.
Well composed in the frame.
- joey (24909)
- [2007-11-25 3:16]
Yikes! I didn't know this would go for a moth!
Wonderful capture with a superb POV.
A good DOF aswell.
Well done Steve,
- marhowie (486)
- [2007-11-25 7:47]
Great moment captured, excellent POV with good details. Yep, she's got a mouthful! :)
- rousettus (19818)
- [2007-11-25 14:12]
interesting but very nice action shot. Nicely composed. Focus, colors, light, moment very nice. good notes always. Thanks. best wishes
- JORAPAVI (4643)
- [2007-11-27 5:00]
Impresionate el momento capturado, con gran nitidez y todo lujo de detalles, bonita la composición que contrasta los bellos colores del insecto y la flor, saludos
- Nephrotome2 (2538)
- [2007-11-27 5:18]
What a big prey. Great capture.
Note: I think the red round things under the abdomen are lice. There has been previous posting on TN where lice on dragonflies were very sharp and easy to identify.