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Emerald Damselfly

The stunning metallic greens of the emerald damselfly.

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Banded Demoiselle

A stunning banded demoiselle.

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Common Blue Damselfy

A common blue damselfly gladly displaying a little bit of patience for me which is a very unusual event.  All taken, hand held, with a Nikon D750 and my trusted Tamron 90mm macro lens.

 

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A Striking Banded Demoiselle

The striking metallic blue and green colours of the Banded Demoiselle displaying much appreciated patience for me and my camera.  All taken in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

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Some Wildlife Shots

A few wildlife shots taken whilst I have been out and about during the last few weeks. The Common blue bytterfly probably my favourite however the macro shot of the ‘naughty ladybirds’ would have been up there if I had not forgot to pack my Tripod.  As they say, prior planning prevents…………………………………………..

Roman Snail

Common Blue

Bird (Not a spotter!)

Damselfly

Common Blue

Damselfly
Goldfinch
Common Blue
Damselfly

Common Blue

Any Clues, please let me know?

Scarce Blue-tailed Damselfly

The Fly!

Swallow and nest

Nice Great Tit (Shame about the focus)
Common Blue
Naughty Ladybirds?

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National Trust Stourhead Part 2

As promised a few more from Stourhead including a Coot feeding it’s chicks, enjoy!

Stourhead SceneryDamselflies MatingStourheadCoot and ChicksCoot and ChicksCoot with ChicksCoot and ChicksDamselflies MatingPalladian BridgeDuck and DucklingDamselflies MatingDamselfly

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