Insect Macro: Damselfly


     Below are some photos of damselflies that I shot during my vacation in the Philippines.
       Damselflies are almost similar to dragonflies, but they only have their wings parallel to their body most of the time. They are smaller than dragonflies and their eyes are separated. 

My main focus in shooting damselflies are their bulging eyes. They  have compound eyes like the dragonflies, but in most cases the texture is not very visible.
Here is the link from my Flickr account showing a close-up of the damselfly with compound eye  

Note: Click on the photos above to see the details in LARGE (FULLSCREEN) 

1) Camera: Nikon D90
2) Lens: Nikkor 55-200mm

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