This Dragonfly kept flying all around us the other day on the Red Maple Swamp Trail boardwalk at Fort Hill. It was fun to get so many different poses. What do you think? (Click on blog link for lots more photos.)
Love the eyes and the different faces!
I saw this blue Dragonfly on one of the trails in Provincetown. I loved its vivid blue color. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
Just beautiful, don’t you think?
I wanted to post something special on the anniversary of 9/11 as so many people lost loved ones on that tragic day.
We were out on a hike about a week ago when I saw this dragonfly on the branch, glistening in the sun. I thought, “Maybe this will be a good one,” so I clicked away. I loved his round, blue eyes.
“The dragonfly symbolizes wisdom, change, transformation, light and adaptability in life. It shows up in people’s lives to remind them that they need to bring a lightness and joy to their life.The dragonfly has become a symbol for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one.”
There are so many Dragonflies flitting around the trails this summer. I got this one as it landed on the side of the trail. I love how its wings sparkled in the sunlight.
We’ve had quite a few of these Damselflies hanging around our Butterfly Weed plants in the past few weeks. They have a little orange on their tails.
I’ve looked in my books and searched the internet but I can’t seem to identify it. Does anyone know what kind of damselfly it is?
There seem to be a lot of dragonflies flying about this time of year. We’ve seen so many of them on the trails. I saw this red one on the Buttonbush Trail by the Visitor Center in Eastham down by the swamp.
Does anyone know what kind of dragonfly this is? I need to find a good book on dragonflies!
Look at his face! How cute!