In reply to PimperneBloke:
Thanks Mike.... don't let bad light stop you, someone on here will almost always work out what it is :o)
I never let bad light stop me, I'm a bit naughty in that I will push the cameras features past sensible, and then, if the photo is worth keeping, I'll either edit the exposure using Canon's editing suite or Photoshop, depending which gives the better results for that photo.
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In reply to HAZY:
HAZY said:Jack Snipe tend to bounce along on springs much like a grey wagtail moves !
I've only seen one but I believe another characteristic is that even when sitting in one spot they tend to bob up and down every now and again.
PimperneBloke said:Any thoughts on the 2nd dragonfly? Had a closer look this morning (Mrs PB came in from work before I'd finished post yesterday....how dare she!) and am thinking could be migrant hawker?
I think that is by far most likely but I can't be absolutely sure as some relevant characteristics aren't shown in the photo.
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