Saturday, 12 July 2014

Dragonflies Go Live!!

With my interest in dragonflies and damselflies gaining momentum this year and the addition of a macro lens to hopefully produce a few nice images, I have decided to re-launch my website dedicated to these stunning insects 'A Photographic Guide to the Dragonflies and Damselflies of Kent'. It will primarily focus on photos of odonata taken within Kent on my travels as well as hopes of building up a number of key sites I visit and the species that can be seen there during the season. It will also include at some point a link for photos of dragonflies and damselflies that I have seen when out of the county on the occasional trip, and I will continue to use my blog to also post reports and photos of my dragonfly encounters. If you live within Kent and have a good local site which you don't mind sharing with everyone, please feel free to contact me and let me know what species can be seen there.


  1. Great idea Marc, I hope it be as good as can be.

  2. Well done Marc - almost the book that I've been talking about.

  3. Like Bob, I think it is a great idea to share your pics and observations!
    That is the goal for "Dragonfly World"!
    Many of us have a passion for dragons and it is good to know where to find what when you travel or... travel in order to find such or such species!
    You have taken brilliant photos so far and it is a pleasure to see what you find!
    Enjoy your sunday... hopefully shining!