ALL PHOTOS BIG CYPRESS Insects Dragonfly in the Florida Everglades 11 years ago Alan S. Hochman WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – BIG CYPRESS WMA, FL Tweet Subject Photo exif Data Camera Make and Model NIKON D80 Photo taken on August 1, 2009, 5:59 pm Focal Length 60mmShutter Speed 1/125Aperture @ƒ/8 Tags: Dragonfly, Everglades, Insect photography, Insects, macrophotography, Nature, Nature photography Continue Reading Next Osprey at Holey Land WMA More Stories ALL PHOTOS Birds Painted Bunting – Male 6 years ago Alan S. Hochman ALL PHOTOS Insects Skipper Butterfly – Ready for Take off 6 years ago Alan S. Hochman ALL PHOTOS Birds Northern Male Cardinal at Feeder 6 years ago Alan S. Hochman 16 thoughts on “Dragonfly in the Florida Everglades” Nice photos, Alan! I can’t wait to see lots more!!!! Glad you got your site going! Thank you Sutton. The site is slowly but surely coming together. You know what your doing. Here is the proof! Allan I want to go with you on a photo op Positively impressed by your website. Let’s exchange links: Ken Billington’s Bird & Wildlife Photography Photobank of bird & wildlife stock photos, available to send as free e-cards or to purchase as high resolution images. Ken, your site is totally awesome. I’ld be proud to put a link to your site on mine and hope you do the same! A pleasure to “meet” you Beautiful photo Alan Nice capture! I love it! I thank you! Love this one Alan. Great use of macro lens, I love it!!!! Lovely work Alan You know what?You’re photos are fascinating…I wish I could be good as you sir! 🙂 Earl..just keep shooting and learning from mistakes! And thank you! 🙂 amazing work, i’m honoured to have the privilage to review 🙂 is it edited or a natural one?? but a nice click It is only cropped, not photo edited or enhanced. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website TO PREVENT SPAM, PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING. THEN PRESS *Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. × five = thirty This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.