Throwback Thursday – 16 Dragonfly Photos

Lately, every time I go outside, I’ve been surrounded by dragonflies. It’s not unusual for this property, but they’ve been on my mind lately for a number of reasons, so it makes their visits all the more significant to me. So for this Throwback Thursday, I thought I’d share 16 Dragonfly photos I’ve taken over the years we’ve lived here – 14 are simply photos, and 2 are infographics I created using my photography, and the words of Ted Andrews and an unknown author.

All of these were taken in either our Durham, NH yard, or some place nearby, between June 2016 and August 2017.

16 Dragonfly Photos
1. Stealthy dragonfly

16 Dragonfly Photos
2. Dragonfly closeup

16 Dragonfly Photos
3. Dragonfly on granite stone

16 Dragonfly Photos
4. Same guy, different angle

16 Dragonfly Photos
5. Dragonfly – Common Whitetail

16 Dragonfly Photos
6. Dragonfly from behind

16 Dragonfly Photos
7. Dragonfly against the sky

16 Dragonfly Photos
8. Dragonfly on antenna

9. Male Dragonfly

10. Dragonfly on a dried stalk

11.. Dragonfly of a different color

12. Orange Dragonfly on a stalk

13. Golden Dragonfly

14. Yellow Dragonfly



Dragonfly Symbolism byTed Andrews
Dragonfly Symbolism by Ted Andrews

Dragonfly Quote, Author Unknown
Dragonfly Quote, Author Unknown


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