Male American Rubyspot 3

Sara Raber

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Needles, CA - United States

Great capture and I also love your description...lots of information on a favorite subject of mine. V

Sara Raber replied:

Thanks so much Marcia. So happy to share it with you. :) Thanks for your supporting vote.

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Carrollton, oh - United States

I spend hours a day admiring the hundreds of damsels and dragons around my pond...such great photogenic subjects...as well as relaxing to watch. Wonderful capture, Sarah! Quick note...when at rest....wings out...it's a dragonfly. Wings up at rest...it's a damselfly. Beautiful little creature you've captured...the red damselflies are somewhat rarer! ofdamselsanddragons.blogspot.com.

Sara Raber replied:

Thank you so much Kim. I had so much fun photographing these that day. I know what you mean about spending hours with them. I will have to check out your blog. Thanks for the pointer on dragon or damsel. I took these down in Zanesville along the river.

Dickson, TN - United States

Great catch here, Sara!

Sara Raber replied:

Thanks Kay.. I had a great time.

Santa Rosa, CA - United States

A very beautiful brick-red color it has

Sara Raber replied:

I must have spent a good 4-5 hours down at the river bank trying to capture these little guys. So worth it though. Thanks for the comment.

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