Dragonflies And Flies In Dew

Stunning dragonflies and flies were captured like frozen in the morning dew. Thousands of tiny drops cover the insects bodies in the most magical way. The bubbles of water magnify the beauty and reveal the details and bright red, orange, green and blue colours of the flying insects. The droplets looking like jewels capture the light essential for macro photography, which uncovers the most impressive features of the dragonflies and flies and shows them in a more intimate setting.

 Stunning dragonflies and flies were captured like frozen in the morning dew. Thousands of tiny drops cover the insects bodies in the most magical way. The bubbles of water magnify the beauty and reveal the details and bright red, orange, green and blue colours of the flying insects. The droplets looking like jewels capture the light essential for macro photography, which uncovers the most impressive features of the dragonflies and flies and shows them in a more intimate setting.

 Stunning dragonflies and flies were captured like frozen in the morning dew. Thousands of tiny drops cover the insects bodies in the most magical way. The bubbles of water magnify the beauty and reveal the details and bright red, orange, green and blue colours of the flying insects. The droplets looking like jewels capture the light essential for macro photography, which uncovers the most impressive features of the dragonflies and flies and shows them in a more intimate setting.

 Stunning dragonflies and flies were captured like frozen in the morning dew. Thousands of tiny drops cover the insects bodies in the most magical way. The bubbles of water magnify the beauty and reveal the details and bright red, orange, green and blue colours of the flying insects. The droplets looking like jewels capture the light essential for macro photography, which uncovers the most impressive features of the dragonflies and flies and shows them in a more intimate setting.

 Stunning dragonflies and flies were captured like frozen in the morning dew. Thousands of tiny drops cover the insects bodies in the most magical way. The bubbles of water magnify the beauty and reveal the details and bright red, orange, green and blue colours of the flying insects. The droplets looking like jewels capture the light essential for macro photography, which uncovers the most impressive features of the dragonflies and flies and shows them in a more intimate setting.