Monday, June 19, 2017

Common Whitetail Photo Study

It is not very often that I get such a cooperative model. I worked with this Common Whitetail for about 30 to 40 minutes. I was very pleased to get so many nice images with different backgrounds, textures and poses. Soon this immature male’s abdomen will turn chalky white and he will earn his name.

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Friday, June 16, 2017

Lancet Clubtail

Here is a male Lancet Clubtail on some low red oak leaves. I only got one shot!

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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Lancet Clubtail

Clearly, a matter of shoot first and ask questions later. I ran into a small gathering of these bugs on the north end of Babson Reservoir. Plus I have never seen this behavior in a dragon before. She would land, and then fold up her wings like a Jewelwing. It gave me that neurotic, “what the heck?” feeling, especially since these young ladies are freshly emerged. The colors were not quite ripe yet. But it’s all good.

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