Monday 07 September, 2015 by Uncle Spike
These are my Macro Monday images for this week, taken by my wife on an LG-G2 phone. Hope you all enjoy it!
Category: Macro Monday
| Tags: damselfly, insect, macro, macro monday, Macro Photography, nature, photography, POSTADAY, turkey
I don’t think I’ve ever seem a Damselfly, very close to a Dragonfly, maybe it’s the Dame to the Dragon?? lol!
Haha, maybe… they are pretty common here, more so than Dragonfly’s, but wonderful to watch 🙂
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I sure did enjoy those pics Spike! And with a phone camera .. amazing!
My wife’s department… I have an old brick just so she can contact me. I use the alarm function though (how daring, eh?); so no smartphone for me…. I’m an old fashioned ‘pc’ and ‘camera’ type of chap 🙂
Nothing wrong with that 😉
Amazing photos. Have not tried that figure on the mobile have same model and enjoy it.
No way! I can’t believe you caught such magnificent shots. Beautiful and amazing.
Not bad with a phone camera too!
Great captures! I posted a photo of a damselfly beside its shed exoskeleton earlier this year. They are very interesting creatures.
First time I’d seen one that close I’ll admit
Great shots. They are such bizarre creatures in close up.
Especially when they sit on your water glass!
Wow. That is all ! ☺
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