Shadow Darner in Autumn

This another “right place, right time” photo, one of my favorite kinds of photography.  There was a light rain when I went out to shoot so I had the mindset to do long exposures of running water (which I did).  I did a brief walk around a pond before heading home and barely noticed this Shadow Darner dragonfly at rest against brilliant fall foliage.

Fall leaves and dragonfly in NJ

A dragonfly at rest against red and green October foliage. Taken with a Tamron all-in-one lens and an Olympus Micro Four Thirds Camera.

Taken with the Tamron 14-150mm Di III Lens, a circular polarizing filter, the Olympus PEN E-PL3 Micro Four Thirds Camera, and a carbon fiber tripod.  Camera settings 1/20th F/8 ISO 200, Auto White Balance, RAW Image Format.

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