Late night visitor

When I returned from training this evening, it was too warm and humid in my room so I decided to open a window. Attracted by a light from my lamp, dragonfly flew in. First time that I remember…




I will let him stay on the wall, close to my bed and in the morning he will probably go.

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71 Responses to Late night visitor

  1. gdare says:

    Yesh! :heart:

  2. sanshan says:

    It's a sign. :heart:

  3. sanshan says:

    It must be one of your spirit animals also. :happy:

  4. MirabelaTM says:

    It's so beautiful πŸ™‚ I hope that mosquitoes didn't enter..

  5. L2D2 says:

    Love those snake doctors. If snake is one of your nicknames, then this is probably a sign of good luck. I grew up calling them snake doctors. Do not know the origin of that term for them, though. If he doesn't leave, gently guide him out the window.

  6. thetomster says:

    πŸ˜‰ I hope both of you had a blessed dream! :happy:

  7. ellinidata says:

    πŸ™‚ I am not sure if it is accurate, but the message might be, "if you canceled a doctors appointment or you are planning one keep it" dragonflies are always associated with medicine…http://www.lilytherese.com/POWER1.HTMthanks for the images πŸ™‚

  8. thaodp says:

    Nice pictures πŸ™‚ now the dragonfly is your friend πŸ˜‰

  9. sanshan says:

    It's a her.

  10. Suntana says:

    You … you, you let him STAY? :eyes:And close to your bed at that? :insane:Overnight … while you slept? If a monster like that entered my room, I'd turn that room upsidedown and wouldn't be able to think, much less sleep if I knew a creature like that was lurking around inside my room. I'd have to make sure that intruder was dealt with and removed from the premises. :norris:

  11. Dacotah says:

    Great photos Darko. Dragonflies are suppose to be good luck.

  12. sanshan says:

    The main symbolisms of the dragonfly are renewal, positive force and the power of life in general: Hope, change and love. Dragonflies can also be a symbol of the sense of self that comes with maturity. Also, as a creature of the wind, the dragonfly frequently represents change. And as a dragonfly lives a short life, it knows it must live its life to the fullest with the short time it has – which is a lesson for all of us.

  13. Stardancer says:

    :up::smile:

  14. Dacotah says:

    You are welcome Darko. πŸ˜€

  15. Dacotah says:

    :yes:

  16. gdare says:

    Mira, my window usually stays open during the night but last night there were no mosquitoes at all :happy:San, it could be; I just didn`t know about it before; thanks for explaining sysmbolism of dragonflies :happy:Dirk, to say the truth I was too tired last night and no traces of dream left in my mind this morning :left: :DLinda, I could hear her flying in my room early in the morning and now she is gone; my window was opened so I guess she has found her way out :)Angeliki, thanks for the link"There are approximately 650 species in North America." :faint:Mit, thank you :)Carlos, they are harmless for people, they are mosquitoe hunters therefore good for us :up: Yes, he stayed at wall about 30cm from my head and see, nothing happened to me :DCarol, thank you, if everything about them is true I am about to have a good times soon :happy:

  17. gdare says:

    Star, thanks :DCarol πŸ˜‰

  18. thetomster says:

    Originally posted by gdare:

    too tired last night and no traces of dream left

    πŸ˜€ welcome to my private hell :devil:

  19. gdare says:

    πŸ˜†

  20. rose-marie says:

    Yikes! How huge is that? :eyes:

  21. Spaggyj says:

    Dragonflies are pretty from a distance, but close up they terrify me :insane:

  22. There2ia says:

    Dragonfly… It is a part of my childhood memory…Thank you for bringing up here…Take the spirit of the dragonfly with you too…:dragonfly:

  23. claudeb says:

    Do they eat moths, too? My cat deals easily with crawling insects, but the flying kind are a problem.

  24. gdare says:

    Kimmie, I like them even more when I can look close up to them :DBtw, where is Mik, I haven`t seen him in this post :whistle:Teresia, thanks :DRose, no more than 4 cm, small comparing to others :awww:Felix, your cat needs wings, then *nods* :insane:

  25. Suntana says:

    You slept with it 30cm away from your head? :insane: That's just slightly under a foot away. Well, hopefully it is an indicator of Good Luck for you.I'll compromise. I'll use Opera's Dragonfly.

  26. edwardpiercy says:

    Holy Moly!:lol:You know it's said that once you let a dragonfly sleep with you, then they expect to sleep with you every night. :p

  27. edwardpiercy says:

    LMAO.

  28. sanshan says:

    I'm sure he wouldn't have a problem with that. :p

  29. gdare says:

    Carlos, everyone chooses his own dragonfly πŸ˜€ :dragonfly: San and Ed, there is one dragonfly I like the most πŸ˜‰

  30. gdare says:

    :happy:

  31. ellinidata says:

    Originally posted by gdare:

    Angeliki, thanks for the link

    always delighted to share :)you just focus on your special dragonfly, and share more stories with us πŸ™‚ your happiness with her, it makes us happy too!

  32. AnitaMargita says:

    Cool shots! :up:

  33. gdare says:

    Thanks πŸ™‚

  34. There2ia says:

    πŸ™‚

  35. AnitaMargita says:

    Welcome. πŸ™‚

  36. gdare says:

    Originally posted by Aqualion:

    Dargonflies are called Goldsmiths in Danish.

    Fairy`s Horses in Serbian. But thanks to Opera user Words, I know that in England they have several names for them: dragonflies, damselflies and I think there might be another one :sherlock: Maybe darters… Actually they are similar but probably different species :dragonfly:http://my.opera.com/Words/albums/show.dml?id=327243http://my.opera.com/Words/albums/show.dml?id=238214

  37. Aqualion says:

    Good thing you don't have a cat. The cat who lives with me turns into a monster whenever a moth or a butterfly (called Summer Bird in Danish) enters our apartment. She loses control completely and doesn't regain it until the poor animal is silenced.Dargonflies are called Goldsmiths in Danish.

  38. raniakasim says:

    we have a belief that it is a kind soul which presages of coming welfare

  39. L2D2 says:

    Yes Dare, damselflies, dragonflies and I think darters are all different species. I'm going by seeing the different ones on UK Wildlife Blog. And Andy's Lens and Robin's Robins.

  40. L2D2 says:

    I think they are all beautiful. I have a lot of pictures of dragonslies in my wallpaper folder.

  41. gdare says:

    Rania :hat:Linda, I thought they are probably different but they all look alike πŸ˜€

  42. Words says:

    Hi, great visitor to get. I think it may be an immature darter, but I'm basing that one the species we get in England. Very nice though!

  43. There2ia says:

    It is called CAPUNG in indonesian

  44. gdare says:

    Linda, they are amazing insects, with ability to fly in all directions :DWords, I was hoping you will see this post because you know the differencies among them. To me they are all dragonflies :DTeresia, what capung means, can it be translated? πŸ™‚

  45. SittingFox says:

    Cool! 😎

  46. Spaggyj says:

    Maybe he ran away when he saw the picture πŸ˜₯

  47. studio41 says:

    it is a good thing your dragonfly flew into your window in Serbia, if he had flown into ours, the toad visitor we had would have eaten him :eyes: …he was safe w/ you, Darko!

  48. sanshan says:

    She, it's a she.

  49. gdare says:

    Adele, thanks :DKimmie, did he returne home by now :left:Jill, do you think they are able to eat dragonflies? Aren`t they too big for them? :left:San πŸ˜†

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