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Dragonfly Mating
Image Title:  Dragonfly Mating
 
 By: Ste Mc  
  Copyright ©2003
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Photographer  Ste Mc {Karma:2021}
Project #18 Beneath Your Feet Camera Model Canon PowerShot G5
Categories Macro
Film Format
Portfolio Lens  
Uploaded 6/29/2003 Film / Memory Type Digital
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Views 8386 Shutter 1/1002 sec
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About This is a photo I took on 29th June 2003 at Thrybergh Country Park, Rotherham, England. I *think* they are Emperor Dragonflies - the male is blue, and the female is green.
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There are 7 Comments in 1 Pages
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Gabriella Carta Gabriella Carta   {K:22879} 11/28/2003
wonderful shot!

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Ste Mc   {K:2021} 7/9/2003
Thank you for the comments, it's much appreciated.

To: Elangovan S - I didn't disturb them this time! ) It's funny though, because I found that these two dragonflies stayed a lot more still than dragonflies that are on their own. I was able to get closer and for longer than I normally can with this type of creature - maybe it's because they had their mind elsewhere? ;-)

To: Keith - Yes, I like the new camera! ;-) I like the extra features that it has over my old Fuji, plus I can fit so many aftermarket attachments (e.g. lenses, filters, etc). For the price (550 on the day it was released in the UK), I think it's a great camera. But if I had 1250 going spare, and didn't mind the physically larger size of the SLR (which I don't!), and had the money to buy some lenses (it ships as body only), I'd probably buy the Canon EOS-10D camera as that looks great and gets great reviews everywhere! I also hear people say good things about the Nikon CoolPix 5700 (about 700). Let me know what you get!

Thanks,

Stephen

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Geza Farkas   {K:12412} 7/1/2003
Sharp and clear. Beautiful composition.

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Keith Naylor   {K:13064} 6/30/2003
Stunning, absolutely stunning !! - I assume you like the new camera ;-) I managed to drop mine today, looks like the ccd chip is no longer recording any images. I might have to have a good look at the G5 as a replacement, or do I look for a D30/D60 secondhand, I can't decide.

Back to this image .... I just don't have an way of critisizing it, its beautiful. Congratulations.
Keith

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Elangovan S   {K:10675} 6/29/2003
This is an unbelivable shot. I hope you did nt disturub the lovers. :-). You must have been so alert... Love the DOF and colors too. Beautiful shot.

Elangs.

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Hakan Aker   {K:14146} 6/29/2003
Excellent shot Stephen,the colors and details are amazing.Wonderful work.My best regards to you,HakaN.

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Kimberlie Cooper   {K:582} 6/29/2003
Wow!!!Amazing photo

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