Earlier this summer, I spotted this beautiful banded demoiselle fly (female) perched on a flower bud. And it just so happened that I had my camera with macro lens! Some results are below.
There are, according to this handy website, only two species of demoiselles in the United Kingdom, of which I have now photographed one. The other I have seen on occasion in the west country but never been close enough to take a decent photograph. Demoiselles belong to the same family as the dragonflies but are more closely related to the damselflies.
Technical Details: Nikon D700 with a Sigma f2.8 105mm macro lens ISO 200 with f8.0 aperture priority Nikon D600 speedlight flash Processed in Adobe Lightroom 5.2
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