Monday, July 02, 2007

On Patrol

The Damsel had staked out her territory.
The tomato patch was hers.
I can tie up tomatoes another day.

I looked in my dragonfly field guide but I could not find a match.
I guess my bug could be a Dancer or a Darner?



smilnsigh said...

I love Dragonflies. :-)

And you still can't comment in my smilnsigh blog. -sighhhh-


Naturegirl said...

I love dragon flies! Oh I see smilinsigh commented the same!
We LOVE dragon flies! hugs NG

Mark said...

Hi Sherry,
Thanks for the comments about the award, hope you enjoy the others.Nice pictures og the damselfly, love seeing different ones from around the world.

Cheers Mark

Mary said...

I love them, too, Sherry. However, I am no help with ID (coming from a person who thought a dragonfly was either peeing or drinking from a lili pad.)

Q said...

Dear Mari-Nanci,
Me too!!
No, still could not comment:-(
I read!

Q said...

Dear Naturegirl,
Bugs are good!!!
I shall print the different species I see in the yard for my "Dragonfly Suites" room. I think a wall of photos, "Backyard Dragonflies and Damsels" would be very nice!
They are so very beautiful!

Q said...

Dear Mark,
You do make a difference!
I too enjoy seeing all the different species of the birds, butterflies and bugs!
Sherry, who hopes others will see their world from the bug's point of view

Q said...

Dear Mary,
I know, you knew, that the Dragonfly was laying eggs...
You are so funny!
They are grand bugs.