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    BPN Member Allen Sparks's Avatar
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    Default Mating Dragonflies

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    Canon 7D2, Canon 300 f4L IS, 1.4x TC III, monopod
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    Saw these Calico Pennants mating this morning.

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    Absolutely beautiful, a great angle and pose.

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    One of your best Allen
    I am going to suggest something outrageous !!
    Thin the bright stem down
    Depends on your ethics etc.
    John
    Hope you dont mind my suggestion.
    John

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    Hi John, Here is repost with the bright perch darkened a good bit. Improvement? I doubt I could do a credible job of thinning the perch but I like it darkened like this.

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    Much better I think
    John

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