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Dragonfly at Vogel Park

Dragonfly at Vogel Park

Dragonfly at Vogel Park

Dragonflies have fascinated me since I first noticed them hovering over the warm summer waters of Eagle Lake when I was a child. Their double set of nearly transparent wings apparently allows them to fly very quickly in any direction – making them a unique flying insect. I liked dragonflies even more when I learned that they eat mosquitoes!

My first opportunity to photograph a dragonfly came last month in north Georgia’s Vogel State Park near Blairsville. This beautiful blue dragonfly landed amongst the Black-Eyed Susans and stayed there long enough for me to capture this photo. If you can identify this dragonfly, please respond below and I will update this post accordingly.

Read Dragonfly Flight and The Designer by Dave Miller, Ph.D.

Revelation 4:11 ESVYou are worthy, O Lord, to receive glory and honor and power; for You created all things, and by Your will they exist and were created.

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