Orthetrum brunneum female
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O. brunneum is a fairly small dragonfly. This is a female. The color of male is male is blue. The females are most easily distinguished from their congeners by their relatively small size, their long and narrow golden pterostigmas and their pale antehumeral stripes.Another key characteristic is the number of split cells in IR3 in the front wing.
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- [2016-09-07 14:56]
Hi Nikos,a lovely decentralized composition,excellent way to show us this dragonfly quite common in my country too,the sharpness is fantastic and the colors very natural,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
Very effective POV, Nikos.
From this perspective, the female dragonfly looks wonderful with all the details in sharp focus.
- [2016-09-08 17:33]
A very pretty dragonfly presented in an attractive diagonal pose. The focus is sharp revealing much detail in its wings and body. I love its golden color, something I don't often see here in Ohio. Very nice image!!
a beauty of a composition with nice details and good sharpness
thanks gr lou
Well captured this Dragonfly. Details and focused look good. Well BG too. I prefer much space in front of the subject when species is moving, but when its stationary, my test goes to bit tight crop to get as much as details I could achieve.
Thanks for sharing,
Regards and have a nice WE,