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Black Dragonfly


Black Dragonfly
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Copyright: Ninfa Urania (Ninfa_Urania) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 130 W: 30 N: 114] (867)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2004-05-12
Categories: Nature
Camera: Sony DSC P32
Details: (Fill) Flash: Yes
Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): Dragonflies and Damselflies [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2004-05-13 4:08
Viewed: 3183
Points: 4
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Black Dragonfly
This beautiful insect appeared while I took pictures to the rose of the picture that I placed in TrekEarth:

http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/North_America/Mexico/photo58369.htm

I had not seen a dragonfly of this type, here in TL I have seen red, blue. She lets me to come closer to less than half meter, it was for one minute and then he left, very beautiful era, the black color is of my favorite ones, I believe that now the topic of the dragonflies is very interesting for my of investigating.
Me you that the quality of the image is not good, I am even learning how to use the options of programming my digital camera, I regret not to have been able to make a better approach. If somebody knows or somebody has seen this species I would like him to comment it. Thank you.


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To waskahegan: *Gracias*Ninfa_Urania 1 05-16 01:59
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Tienes razon la libélula es un insecto muy bonito (y util).
Intento siempre hacer in amigo con ellos: ˇcomen mosquitos!
Para esta muy bien.
Tengo gusto de las colores y forma.

I have never seen a black one before Ninfa, this is a first.
Nevertheless I think you managed to capture it quite nicely, at least enough detail has been recorded to investigate the speices.
Good work.
::M::

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