WOV’s Insectarium: Yellow Dragonfly

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  • Vhincci Subia
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    Look around and gaze this flying gem of nature

    [Veggie Shade: A yellow-colored dragonfly closed up over a Bermuda grass background for a photo op.]

    Nature has a lot to offer – from dramatic landscapes to eye-catching creatures. Sure thing, they attract us. Tourists, photographers and nature lovers are increasing in trend because of this glorious spectacles.

    Walking near the farmlands of Bangui, Ilocos Norte feels like you're a visitor to your own place. You get to see a lot of nature wonders – more than 20 species of butterflies, dragonflies and damselflies, migratory birds and colorful bugs. You'd wish you were a resident of the place. Then realizing, you just live nearby. And you won't stop smiling after.

    The only problem now would be the difficulty level of classifying these marvelous species. For instance, this dragonfly that came before my eyes last September. First, I thought they were the usual Diplacodes trivialis. Then, I identified them Trithemis pallidinervis. But they are not; they have different markings in the abdomen. Can anyone help me about this?

    Unknown Dragonfly: A dragonfly with black and yellow markings alighted in a barbwire of a house near the ricefields.

    God created the world ingeniously. Very clever and imaginative that everything has its own purpose. Sometimes, you might think you lose the game but actually you did not. You just received your prize from Him. We are not talking about your consolation prize here my dear friend but your biggest lesson in life that you might waste if you will not recycle your principles. Drive smoothly. Our journey has just started. Do not fool yourself to shortcuts because you might miss this one of a kind learning experience.

    10 comments:

    Diamond R said...

    Beautiful

    Diamond R said...

    anong camera ang gamit mo? galing

    Vhincci Subia said...

    Diamond | Thanks! Am only using a P & S camera... :)

    Elisabeth Hirsch said...

    Look at you! Your website looks AMAZING! And these pictures--holy cow you have talent. I love visiting your site. :0)

    jfilac said...

    I like the way you manipulate your camera. You have a future in Macro photography. - http://philippine-made.blogspot.com

    Vhincci Subia said...

    Elisa | Many thanks! :)

    Jfilac | Awww! Thank you.

    Judy said...

    Hi Vhincci,

    Incredible shots of the dragon fly. It is a dragon fly right?

    Breathtaking!
    Judy

    Lara said...

    It looks like a female Trithemis aurora. http://thaiodonata.blogspot.com/search/label/Trithemis

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    Unknown said...

    I like the way you catch this yellow drangonflie

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