30 Minutes in the Life: May 2017

So you may or may not know that I flooded our house by accident the other day and the results were not pretty.  Suffice to say we are in the midst of a construction zone and I am over it.  Everywhere, there is dust. All the furniture is gathered in one room or in passageways.  Right now tiling is going on in the living room and I am finally getting some sense of order upstairs.  Yeah, the water flowed from upstairs, down the staircase and through the flooring, coming out of every outlet like a water fall.

So my 30 minutes has been a challenge.  I went out today and found a few but I decided to add in a few from the other day as well.

I love dragonfly.  The are one of the most unique insects I have watched.  In the cycle of life, dragonfly eat other flying insects such as mosquito’s, midges, and pretty much anything smaller than themselves.  They will also eat butterfly, moth and smaller dragonfly.  The birds eat the dragonfly.  It is one big food chain in our eco-system.

Dragonfly, for me, are uniquely made with all sorts of connecting parts, along with their bulging eyes.  So below are some of the dragonfly I have come across today, and on a few other occasions.

Four-spotted Pennant

 

Eastern Amberwing

 

Great Blue Skimmer

 

Blue Dasher

 

Halloween Pennant

 

Blue Dasher Dragonfly

 

Four Spotted Pennant

 

Blue Dasher

 

Blue Dasher Dragonfly

 

Great Blue Skimmer

 

Ornate Pennant

 

Scarlet Skimmer

 

Four Spotted Pennant

 

Halloween Pennant

And thank you for joining me for this month’s 30 Minutes in Life.    This is a circle blog.  Please take time to visit my friend and fellow blogger Julia Forsman of a Rock and a Soft Place Photography and see what she has for you this month.   Keep following the circle to see what the other photographers have shared this month. Don’t forget to leave a little love on their pages.

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2 Comments on “30 Minutes in the Life: May 2017

  1. Sorry to hear about the flood! Hope it’s all sorted now. Glad you were able to escape the flood and focus on photography and nature. What beautiful captures of the dragonflies! Look forward to seeing what you capture next month!

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    • Thank you Liz. The upside of the flood is that major renovations are going on, but yes I have managed to escape a few times. I do like dragonflies I have to be honest.

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