Eastern Amberwing In Garden

I was looking for bugs in the garden and noticed this female Eastern Amberwing on a Hydrangea.  It was a nice photo subject as it stayed in the general area giving me multiple opportunities to photograph it on multiple plants. All images were taken with a 300mm lens with a 1.4x teleconverter on a Canon 1D mkIV.Eastern _Amberwing_FM_300mm_v3_1_4X_f16_1DmkIV_43G0358Eastern _Amberwing_FM_300mm_v4_1_4X_f16_1DmkIV_43G0358Eastern_Amberwing_FM_300mm_v3_1_4X_1DmkIV_43G0379

8 Comments on “Eastern Amberwing In Garden

    • Thanks Donna! I have been trying to just shoot their wing at 1x to 5x, but they usually do not let me get that close! But maybe someday I will get it.

    • Thanks Steve! They are one of my favorite dragonflies! Plus I have a lot of them right outside in our gardens! A little more of a challenge since they are really small to get frame filling images!

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