Face of Dragon

© Vashistha Pathak

Face of Dragon

Uploaded: September 03, 2007

Description

I have taken many shots of this dragonfly, sometimes I was so close that my camera lens toches the dargonfly...

Comments

September 03, 2007

Great capture - actually kind of scary looking! #729756

September 03, 2007

Wow - this is outstanding. #4742984

Dr. Harmeet Singh September 03, 2007

Wow..Stunning capture..Looks You have used the 12x zoom excellently with H2. #4743112

Vashistha Pathak September 04, 2007

Thanks Steve, Mishelle and Harmeet.
Well Harmeet I take macro by going close to the subject, In compact cameras like H2 the lens quality is not soo good as SLR lenses so if you want good macro shot from compact camera...go close to the subject. #4744767

October 27, 2007

nice close-up. Those wings look great with their tranclucent quality and shine from the sun. #4990543

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