A Halloween Pennant Dragonfly holding on to the very tip of a palm frond on a windy day.
The Halloween Pennant has been described as looking very similar to a butterfly. Its wings are orange-yellow in color, though its markings are dark brown, not black as is commonly believed; the entirely orange-yellow wings with dark brown bands are what has given it its Halloween common name and its typical position of being perched at the tip of a weed stalk, waving in the breeze like a pennant contributes to the remainder of its common name. The young has yellow markings, including a stripe on its back, and adult males develop pale red markings, particularly on the face, though females will occasionally get these red markings too. Halloween...
I've been totally passionate about outdoor, nature and wildlife photography for more years than I care to count.. Got my first camera at age ten (a Kodak Baby Brownie) as a Christmas gift, and I've been hooked ever since. Now that I'm retired, I have the time to pursue my passion whenever, and wherever I choose, although I find most of my subjects right here in Florida, in my own backyard.
For the year 2014, 10% of all artists proceeds I might receive will be donated to the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation, Inc.
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