Damselflies are often described as “Flying Needles”, and not very big needles either! In fact they are about the size of the smallest needle you get in a pack.

I look forward to photographing them every year. Recently I was lucky enough to sit for ages watching this Common Blue flitting around and repeatedly landing on a lone pink flower.

It was a perfect summer afternoon.

damselfly damsel pink
Blue on Pink ©HelenBushe

©HelenBushe

Fuji X-T3. Fuji XF80mmf2.8 Macro. 1/8000sec. ISO800. f2.8

Thanks to Irene for her new weekly challenge Sunshine’s Macro Monday.


2 Comments

Irene · July 29, 2019 at 14:17

Love the shot, especially your use of depth of field. Thanks for joining in the fun.

    HMB · July 29, 2019 at 15:15

    Thank you Irene.

I'm always pleased to read comments.....

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