|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Confusion is possible between Banded Demoiselle (Calopteryx splendens) and Beautiful Demoiselle (Calopteryx virgo). However, in males of the latter species, the whole surface of the wings appears dark. Females of the two species are more difficult to tell apart, Banded Demoiselle females having a greenish tinge to their wings, as opposed to the brownish wings of females Beautiful Demoiselle ?please note that it is more reliable to base your identification on the males.|
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Excellent macro shot, sharp details, vivid colors, great light and very interesting subject, well blured BG,
TFS and best regards,
- [2009-09-07 10:33]
I like it, very sharp details, clear image and wonderful colors.
Excellent capture, with a very beautiful light and background. The sharpness is really perfect, specially on the wings. I think a moderate cropping on the bottom and left/right can be better because it will give more importance to the demoiselle and less to the branch. Best regards,