Today's Featured Artist: Michael Godard

Pixels Exclusive: Introducing the hottest summer accessory of 2016... round beach towels!   FREE WORLDWIDE SHIPPING.

Fine Art America has expanded to 14 fulfillment centers in 5 countries!

David Bowie Remembered - A Collection of Unpublished Portraits by Terry O'Neill

Now shipping framed prints from Canada!   Need your order in time for Christmas? Check out our Holiday Shipping Deadlines.

Live from New York... it's Anne Geddes!   Watch Anne create one of her iconic holiday images live from her studio in NYC at 10:00 AM EST today.

Holiday procrastinators... purchase a gift certificate and get it delivered right to your inbox.

Wrap your gifts with a reusable holiday tote bag!   Need your order in time for Christmas? Check out our Holiday Shipping Deadlines.

Check out our Holiday Gift Guide!   Need your order in time for Christmas? Check out our Holiday Shipping Deadlines.

 

|

Dragonfly Photograph - Gear Malfunction by Robert Frederick

Gear Malfunction is a photograph by Robert Frederick which was uploaded on October 6th, 2012.

More from Robert Frederick

View Profile  |  Search

 

Comments (26)

Post a Comment

Thank you very much, Meg

Wonderful shot Robert! I love it ...l/f

Thank you very much Saribelle

Thank you Sharon

Thank you kindly Bellesouth Studio

a jaw-dropping comment Stuart - very much appreciated

Thank you for your great inputs John - appreciated

Thank you Caitlyn

wonderful capture...v

Perfect dragonfly!

fantastic! v

Jaw-dropping shot! v

Bob, Stunning capture of this dragonfly love the great details and the amazing colors you have captured in this photo, remarkable clarity in this photo, fav, voted and google promoted

Great capture! v

Thank you very much for the feature in Wildlife, Mariola!

Thank you Sandi

You are most welcome :) Loved all your entries, especially this one.

Thank you for the feature in Dragonflies, Deniece! I truly appareiate it

Thanks Kate!

Thank you very much Lisa

Great color and detail. v

Awesome shot! Love it

Thank you Kym - If you wait long enough, one will eventually fly in front of a camera.

Wonderful capture

View Additional Comments

Hide Additional Comments

Post a Comment