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Dragonfly Macro Photography

I found a dragonfly that was missing a leg here in San Clemente Ecuador.  So, of course, I grab my camera and have fun with macro photography.

There are several shots that look similar at first, but look at the detail.  I focused in on many different parts of the dragonfly.

I hope you enjoy this at least 1/4 as much as I did.

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The natural artwork on this guy is impressive.

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Stained glass windows.

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It was turning it’s head while I was taking this photograph.

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Look at the detail.  I believe they have many eyes on each eye?

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If so, then how many eyes does he have?  Man, there sure are a lot of dimples there!

Figuring it out…

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