Photographs by Frank

18 June 2014

One Quarter Mile – Seven Species

It is about a quarter mile between our house and Gregg Lake. There is an old logging road that begins across from the end of our driveway and heads directly for the lake.  On Monday, I spend a few hours wandering this road photographing odes.

I was able to photograph seven species in this short distance. (There are eight photos because I got both sexes of the Aurora Damsel.)

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Calico Pennant (imm. male)
Calico Pennant (imm. male)
Spangled Skimmer (female)
Spangled Skimmer (female)
Chalk-fronted Corporal (female)
Chalk-fronted Corporal (female)
Aurora Damsel (male)
Aurora Damsel (male)
Aurora Damsel (female)
Aurora Damsel (female)
Sedge Sprite (female) ??
Sedge Sprite (female) ??
Stream Cruiser (male)
Stream Cruiser (male)
ID Needed (teneral)
ID Needed (teneral)

1 Comment

  1. Ah, back to the Odes, eh? I was getting a little worried there as you found success in landscapes, architecture, and birds.

    As usual they are done extremely well.

    Comment by Just Joe — 18 June 2014 @ 4:05 PM

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