The Last Cypriot Dragonfly.

Dragonflies are the only insects I have found to photograph in Paphos; they sunbathe on the fence surrounding the the tombs of the kings, which is a world heritage site. Here is a red faced dragonfly I shot today. I wish I had packed a macro lens. I’m flying home tomorrow night. 

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4 Responses to The Last Cypriot Dragonfly.

  1. ramblingratz says:

    They have certainly been posing well for you. I hope you enjoyed your holiday and that you have an uneventful trip back 🙂

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