Tuesday, October 7, 2008

HMMM?????....

Here I am looking back on photos that I took this past summer...I started playing around and zooming in...and look what I found in the bottom right corner of the top photo. Yes, I cropped it for you! Another dragon...o.k....what is it? And on top of all this excitement...look to the upper right of that dragon. There is a VERY large spider looking down on that dragon! I wonder what unfolded that day?! What's your money on? The dragon or the spider? Or did they talk over their differences and just walk away? I've got to tell you, this was like finding the prize at the bottom of the Cracker Jack box!!
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8 comments:

Baker Watson said...

Congratulations. I know how you feel, lol. I've caught a few surprises in shots not realizing they were there until I looked looked closer when I downloaded the photo's. It is always fun to have a little surprise creature pop up.

fishing guy said...

SD: You certainly do a good job of getting the dragonflies. I captured quite a few this summer also.

spookydragonfly said...

Baker...I was thrilled...of course, I wasted no time in posting! Now I'm thinking back on All those photos I deleted. Hey, that Albino Peacock on your new blog...wow...beautiful!


Fishing Guy...Hello!!...thanks for stopping by. I suppose you can say I'm just a little obsessed with the damsels and dragons. I find them fascinating around the pond. I just Love the squirrel post on your blog...especially the black squirrel. You and my hubby have some commom interests...all Stephen King and Harry Potter books, he loves Star Wars and Fishing!!

matinggeckos said...

Hiya,

You have a great blog here too. :)
Always nice to see odonates from outside Singapore.

Cheers

Pseudothemis zonata said...

Good morning.
I read a photograph and a sentence.
It is an interesting trial.
You teach me various things.
I thank you heartily.

spookydragonfly said...

Pseudothemis...You are very intelligent...your years of study show..I always enjoy your comments!

Gallicissa said...

I think the dragon may have had a lucky escape. No?

Okay then, what happened?

spookydragonfly said...

Hi Gallicissa...I can only hope the dragonfly escaped! You all know me by now...if I would've realized what was going on the day that I took that photo...I would've made sure that spider took a dive into the pond...for the fish, of course! I do wonder, though, how that played out, both being so skilled at hunting?!