Tuesday, 21 December 2010


Dragonflies are everywhere, especially near bodies of water – a pond, lake or river. Take a trip on one of Bangkok’s floating market and you’ll come across lots of dragonflies.
They’re one of the hardest to photograph because they move so fast and so small that you actually would do better with a macro lens. But with some help of the crop tool and after a million photos, I finally got a nice one. (well, could do better with the composition, but happy that this turned out pretty sharp).
Here it is.

1 comment:

~Covert_Operations'78~ said...

Great photo! I can empathize with what a challenge it must have been to take! Love how precariously the dragonfly is balance on tippy-toes!