Dragonfly 23rd February 2014

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Well, it has certainly been a while. My last post here was nearly three years ago! A lot has happened and I want to rekindle my passion for photography again. What better way than to share it out there on the interwebs?

To kick things off again, here’s a picture from all the way back in 2012, when I visited Vienna Zoo¬†after attending a local academic conference. Whilst peeking in at the ostrich enclosure we spotted these little guys hanging from the reeds in the water bed nearby. Insects tend to freak me out a bit, but I’ve always been fascinated by dragonflies, and thus far had failed to capture anything resembling a decent photo so this was pretty pleasing!

My aim over the next few weeks is to post up some of the photos I’ve been storing up over the last few years. Some exciting news is that I’m getting married in August, and shortly thereafter have a once-in-a-lifetime trip planned to see Canada and the Rockies. Right now I’m out of practice, so I’m hoping the photoblog will give me the motivation I need to get back behind the shutter and start taking photos again.

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