Black Hawk Down - Dragonfly: Southern Hawker

Black Hawk Down - Dragonfly: Southern Hawker

Similar to the movie, which won two oscars in the year 2002 this dragonfly crashed into the meadow. When the photo was taken, the dragonfly was already desiccated and very fragile. This Dragonfly is called the Southern Hawker (Aeshna cyanea) or the Blue Darner.

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Camera: Canon EOS 450D
Focal Length: 100 mm
Exposure: 20 sec
Aperture: f/32
ISO: 100

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  • We just love macro (both to watch and shot!) - it allows us to see how they really look like, all the detail that we normally can’t see!
    And what a coincidence - we posted a dragonfly today as well, but a living and smiling one!
    This is a great macro - we like the way you captured it with plain white background, it gös well with the "atmosphere" of a dead dragonfly. Great DOF and strong colors.
    Excellent work!
    Framed and Shot @ 2008-09-04 15:22:00
  • absolutes spitzenmacro. der schärfeverlauf ist ja mal richtig geil!
    Sacrifizius @ 2008-09-04 16:58:46
  • sieht interessant aus aber warum blende 32? damit der DOF größer wird?
    am besten nicht so weit abblenden weils da schon wieder unscharf wird (Blendenbeugung)
    bei den meisten objektiv/kamera kombinationen is um 16 run die grenze wo es wieder schlechter wird
    mfg
    w4yne @ 2008-09-05 21:03:51
  • tolles Bild!
    Colors Inc @ 2009-01-05 22:37:27
  • I seldom look macros. Looking at this I wonder why. This is superb! And the name dots the i. Exelent work. Absolutely fabulos!
    prkl @ 2009-03-13 22:00:14

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Black Hawk Down - Dragonfly: Southern Hawker

Black Hawk Down - Dragonfly: Southern Hawker

Similar to the movie, which won two oscars in the year 2002 this dragonfly crashed into the meadow. When the photo was taken, the dragonfly was already desiccated and very fragile. This Dragonfly is called the Southern Hawker (Aeshna cyanea) or the Blue Darner.

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EXIF

Camera: Canon EOS 450D
Focal Length: 100 mm
Exposure: 20 sec
Aperture: f/32
ISO: 100

Latest Comment

  • We just love macro (both to watch and shot!) - it allows us to see how they really look like, all the detail that we normally can’t see!
    And what a coincidence - we posted a dragonfly today as well, but a living and smiling one!
    This is a great macro - we like the way you captured it with plain white background, it gös well with the "atmosphere" of a dead dragonfly. Great DOF and strong colors.
    Excellent work!
    Framed and Shot @ 2008-09-04 15:22:00
  • absolutes spitzenmacro. der schärfeverlauf ist ja mal richtig geil!
    Sacrifizius @ 2008-09-04 16:58:46
  • sieht interessant aus aber warum blende 32? damit der DOF größer wird?
    am besten nicht so weit abblenden weils da schon wieder unscharf wird (Blendenbeugung)
    bei den meisten objektiv/kamera kombinationen is um 16 run die grenze wo es wieder schlechter wird
    mfg
    w4yne @ 2008-09-05 21:03:51
  • tolles Bild!
    Colors Inc @ 2009-01-05 22:37:27
  • I seldom look macros. Looking at this I wonder why. This is superb! And the name dots the i. Exelent work. Absolutely fabulos!
    prkl @ 2009-03-13 22:00:14

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