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this is really ridiculous comment, you probably never seen a dragonfly taken from the deep grass in the morning, full of water drops and having the wings positioned like on this image. strange, watching how many dragonfly pictures you have taken so far.
This is an old and an adult dragonfly who never has wings in this position. Look at my gallery all my dragonflies are found even in early morning and look quite different !!dragonfly can be found in nature in the early morning and need not be artificially cooled Poor guy looks like dead
your dragonflies are probably not taken from the grass, thats the difference. sometimes you can find them sleeping on the ground, near the water, on wet meadows, so if you want to take a nice picture you have to put them on some plant, and the position can be various. nobody cools nor harms them, dont worry.
This is an adult dragonfly old and she never gives wings to itself,just hatched dragonfly has the wings together. Therefore, I believe that was artificially cooled. I'm photographing dragonflies several years and I know something about them...in the Czech Republic we have a saying: you do not teach an eagle to fly!
you are just wrong, but its not my problem. i know the photographer and also know she doesnt harm the insects in any way, just photograph them as they are. i assume the dragonly was put on the plant and thats all - no artificial cooling and such stuff. you criticized previously also my pictures of dragonflies, saying they are not natural, artificial and such things. you can say anything, its a word against the word. seems like you probably dont know everything about dragonflies, using a magic word 'never' - there is not 'never' when we speak about nature, you can be surprized of anything in the insects world.
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