|Copyright: nuri senemek (senn)
|Date Taken: 2012-06-30|
|Camera: Pentax K-x, Sigma 70mm Macro|
|Exposure: f/8, 1/400 seconds|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2012-07-02 1:45|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
Damselflies are insects in the sub-order Zygoptera (meaning "paired-wings"). All four wings are near enough equal in size and shape. They are usually small, weakly flying insects that stay close to the water margins or water surface. When at rest, most species hold their wings along the length of their abdomen. The Emerald Damselflies are an exception and usually hold their wings partly open when at rest. They are therefore known as Spreadwings in North America. The eyes are always separated, never touching. The larvae have external plates (lamellae) at the end of the abdomen, which act as accessory gills.
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such a beautiful photograph... seems like two lovers making love on a flower-bed... a heavenly atmosphere...
good clarity, normal colours and good composition.
thanks for this post.
very nice picture with good light
the composition and colours are beautiful
thanks greeting lou
- [2012-07-11 10:48]
beautiful and sharp detailed photo of these mating damselfies. Good POV and composition.
Ciao Nuri, great macro of fantastic maiting couple, wonderful colors, fine details and splendid sharpness, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio