Summer Damselflies snap up Bronze awards.

In August I entered into the Guild Image of the Month Photo competition. This week I found out that 2 on my entries have achieved bronze awards. 

As I have been capturing a lot of summer animals over the last few months, it seem appropriate to enter some of the damselfly images that I managed to capture this summer.

I was really pleased that these have been awarded as they can be tricky insects to photograph! The two awarded images feature an Azure damselfly and a Blue-tailed Damselfly.

Close up of an azure damselfly resting on a leaf.

Close up of an azure damselfly resting on a leaf.

Full length image of a blue-tailed damselfly resting on a leaf.

Full length image of a blue-tailed damselfly.

I am so pleased with the success I am having this year in this competition.  The standards are so high, and I am really honoured that the judges feel that my images meet a high professional standard.

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