Rambur's Forktail

© Ken Slade

Rambur's Forktail

Uploaded: August 04, 2008


These damselflies are called Rambur's Forktail. This mating pair is in the wheel position.
Photographed at the pond in Bob Jones Park on 07/15/08.

Aperture = f11.0
Shutter = 1/400s
ISO = 200
Focal Length = 240mm
Canon EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM lens


Exif: F Number: 11, Exposure Bias Value: 0.33, ExposureTime: 1/400 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 200, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 240.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT


david w. iverson August 04, 2008

Wow! Amazing detail, lines, color, tone and lighting!! Awesome capture! #973735

Vladan D. Djordjevic August 04, 2008

Terrific details, colors, lighting and lines. Lovely image! #6271829

A P August 04, 2008

Incredible macro, Ken. Light, color, clarity, details are all spot on. #6272157

Colleen Farrell August 05, 2008

Fantastic macro, fascinating information--beautifully done! #6272246

Stefania Barbier level-addict August 05, 2008

amazing capture and details Ken! #6272464

Michelle Alton August 05, 2008

Absolute pefection! #6272869

KARU WIJESUNDARA. A.N.P.A.S. August 05, 2008

KARU. #6273935

Martie Last August 06, 2008

Wonderful capture nature in action. Great color and detail. #6280953

Kate Baumgartner August 23, 2008

Outstanding. Wow!!! Congrats on the ep. #6357920

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