Oh cool, I like your farm!
A dragonfly farm sounds like a very good idea and you have the back yard to be successful! Lovely shots.
Lovely shots! I haven't seen such a variety of dragonflies.
Wow, what fabulous images! Thanks for sharing your "farm" at MM. :)
I cannot even begin to imagine seeing so many different dflies in your yard. I saw 2 little blue ones today, but they wouldn’t stay still long enough for me to focus in on them with my telephoto. I was so upset. Your collage is beautiful. You ought to enlarge it and hand it on the wall. A friend of mine did watercolor drawing of all kinds of butterflies and gave it to me framed for a birthday present. It continue to be one of my treasures. This is an awesome post. Sorry my thumbnail went in 3 times. Mr. Linky really played a mean old trick on me. He kept telling me I had an error and could not post it...but he fibbed and did it 3 times. Sorry about that. I am really embarrassed. Genie
I'm jealous to see all of these beautiful damselflies with so many different colors and varieties..I would love to visit your farm and be a stalker with my camera.
I love your farm. Great shots!!! Hope you have a wonderful week.
One, you have quite an assortment of dragonflies, which you have photographed quite nicely. They are hard to photograph because they don't sit still for long.
At different times of the year I think I could advertise my place as a dragonfly farm too. Fantastic images.
Lucky you! I would love to visit your garden but I need to save some money for the flight first!
The butterfly was taken in a public park, I have not garden since I stay in a high rise apartment, but there's plenty of gardens around the blocks!
Oh my!!! These are so very lovely!!!! Dragonfly farm indeed!!! Lucky you! Cathy
Wow. How neat! Great photos!
Excellent pictures! Did you know that the Dragonfly is one of the oldest living creatures on earth?
The first EVER RED dragon fly I saw was in Palm Desert California. Here in our valley they are mostly blue. I love your farm, too!
Marvelous macro shots!!
Love the variety of dragonflies! Very cool.
Thank goodness for dragonflies! They have greatly decreased our over-population of mosquitos this year. Come for a visit when you have a moment The Gardening Life.
What a wonderful assortment of dragonflies.
You have so many different dragonflies that I do here. Very interesting. Here at Lake Michigan in Wisconsin we only have a couple different kinds so it was great to see the variety you have. Enjoyed checking out your blog. Jack
What delicate beauty and what amazing pictures!Veronicawww.tasselsandtwigs.blogspot.com
great shots! i find it very difficult to take a picture of those little creatures. good job! thanks for sharing!-angel
Yes that is already a dragonfly farm, you are the first one to build one! lol. Are you near a body of water? In our place i only see that last red which is very seldom. We dont have any body of water around, only run-off when its raining! Love your photos
i love your dragonfly farm! i think dragonflies have the cutest little faces!! great shots!!
Amazing! Dragonflies are magical in my book. We have lots of damselflies around here, too. Wonderful post!
they are pretty, love your shots. Kaye—the road goes ever ever on
I very seldom see dragonflies, not lucky, I guess. You on the other hand are very lucky. Love your shots.
you have a lot of beautiful dragonflies. Really gorgeous. :) NF Birds :)
Great shots. You have nice blogs :)