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|It has turned quite hot now here in Jammu. The temperature is hovering around 40 degrees Celsius. This Sunday morning, I went around my residential area looking for insects and found the first male Scarlet Skimmer of the season. It is a bright red dragonfly and lends its name to the species. The females are golden yellow in colour. Given below is the scanty information from Wiki:|
The Scarlet Skimmer or Crimson Darter (Crocothemis servilia) is a species of dragonfly of the family Libellulidae, native to east and southeast Asia and introduced to Florida and Hawaii.
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The insect is superbly focused with great sharpness
& details and with its red color tones and the
lovely light of the image it is the beauty of
this photo, great contrast of the color tones, TFS
Hi Ram, Amazing sharpness with nice colours and tones along with wonderful DOF. Thank for sharing
- [2014-05-04 13:53]
Hi Ram,absolutely perfect,with the best detail as possible and a very bright red,great DOF on the wings and head too,i like it! Have a nice week and thanks,LUCIANO
- [2014-05-05 4:51]
Beautiful capture of this Crocothemis servilia friend Ram. The background is very nice, bright and complex. I congratulate you.
Great close-up shot of scarlet skimmer with scarlet color captured in its full grace. Very good sharpness, a beautiful BG and fine natural colors. Thanks for sharing this lovely shot,