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Tuesday, 13 August 2019

Common encounter

A beautiful morning, here in darkest Thanet, I spent the majority of it entertaining Emily by playing with a ball or generally being silly. It was while we were looking at the butterflies which had been attracted to the Buddlieas that I became distracted by a pair of dragonflies, in tandem, that alighted in the adjacent dog rose. I grabbed the camera from my study and managed just a handful of images before they were away.


Only a pair of Common Darters, but yet another demonstration of how the unexpected can brighten any day. Well; I enjoyed them anyway!

4 comments:

  1. Hi Dyl, my Blogger has been playing up recently, not allowing me to leave comments on other blogs - a reoccuring theme unfortunately. Just wanted to say how much I enjoyed your big sky post. Cannot beat them. Take care, S

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    1. Cheers Steve,
      Troublesome computers and old(er) men - not a good combination as I've discovered for myself on many occasions. "Big Skies" - you certainly hit the spot when you first mentioned them. I'm bloody smitten by them now! Toodle pip for now - Dyl

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  2. Lovely shot. Plenty of dragonflies about this year.

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    1. Plenty seen around the local fisheries - not too regular in the garden, hence my excitement.

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