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  • Marti' Shannon

    dragonfly.... this creature flies over your garden pond or water way... photography will capture it's wonders... science will teach you it's magic...

  • Tarja Tuuli

    If Mother Nature can put all those colors in one dragonfly, I can use more color

  • Katrina Algozo

    I think Dragon Flies are enchanting and beautiful.

  • Corey Irwin | Cooking with Corey

    Dragonfly, in a multitude of colors. #insect #bug #colorful #animal #wildlife #nature #photography #color #rainbow

  • Allyn Young

    The beautiful dragonfly - fastest insect in the world clocking in at flight speeds of 60 mph. The exact purpose of a dragonfly's iridescent coloring is not determined but may relate to attracting a mate as well as be the by-product of light scatter from the way their bodies are formed to be so aerodynamic.

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