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Red Dragon

Uploaded by: WeatherRose

Wednesday June 5, 2013

Gulf Shores, AL (Current Weather Conditions)


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Flash: Flash did not fire.

Focal Length: 240.0 mm

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3. llpj04
11:18 PM GMT on June 12, 2013
Be careful out there on the beach.....I heard about dangerous rip tides
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2. WeatherRose
2:21 AM GMT on June 07, 2013
Thanks for commenting! No this particular one is a Red Saddlebags. I'm still researching what the other one is. It is different from what I am used to farther north.
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1. WeatherWise
4:31 PM GMT on June 06, 2013
Another great one! - is this the same dragonfly?
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About WeatherRose


Hello,Thanks for taking the time to stop by and view my WunderPhotos. I have been a member of Weather Underground since 2005. I stumbled across the photo section of the website and was amazed at many of the photos I saw. This motivated me to get out and start taking photos again! I had dabbled in photography a little when I was in high school, back in the mid 1980s. My first serious camera was an Olympus OM-10 35mm film camera. I learned many of the fundamentals of photography, but drifted away from the hobby. Recently I have gotten back into it and have tried several different types of cameras. I have used some Sony models, a Panasonic Lumix DMC-G10 micro 4/3 mirrorless, and most recently Nikon DSLR (D5000 and D7100). I like Nikon cameras very much.I was so happy to get my first Approver's Choice award! Since then, I always try to get a photo that I think is unique in some way. My primary subjects are birds and insects, with some landscape and weather photos mixed in. I constantly look forward to getting that next cool photograph. Another thing that I have discovered is that through photography, I have become much better acquainted with the animals and insects. It has opened up a whole new of awareness of the living world. Regards,Chuck

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