|On this site, I am front loading lots of dragonflies first, as it is my favourite subject, but I will also add photos of different subject matter over the next several weeks. I sure hope to learn more about taking landscape photos, as that is something I am no good at doing yet, but would love to learn...There are lots here to inspire, including your own fine shots. Thank you again for pointing me to this site. BTW, you will notice that this is not a species we could find right now, but one of the first one could find next spring! Anyway, I will continue to add more seasonal species over the next little while, but time is running for the dragons this year (to find adults). Then I have lots of birds to take me through the winter (and hopefully more to photograph this fall and winter), but I will certainly continue to slowly add dragons until I have gone through each of the 120 NB species I have photographed, so by next spring you (and others) will have a "mini-guide" to our species! Along with Gilles Belliveau's most excellent OdonataNB website, this should help figure out what you are seeing!
Cheers and happy fall,
PS What does "bokeh" mean? I have finally figured out TFS, POV and DOF, but I still have not clued into that one...;)
Ebony Boghaunter- Williamsonia fletcheri (12)