After comming back out later in the afternoon I found the Golden Glory Boy again, but now he was sunbathing. He has alot of work to do being that he's still hardening and has to cover himself in pollen to attract a female, do a three hour courtship dance, then hide with his mate to lay her eggs before a bird has a go at em. If he makes it successfuly the eggs will find it's way into some standing mud and wait till next spring to pop out of the water three days after hatching to compleat the cycle of the Damselfly genus. After laying those eggs both parents will die in the silents of the night. When you consider how fast summer is, this is one of the best insects to embody the summer season. So fast yet beautiful before the cold of the winter season, a winter that makes 6 months seem like a endlesss night.
Done in Flashless and verticle zoom like before, but using the Flower option for I didint need to worry about scaring him off to soon since he was harder now.
Comments, Crits, Redlines and tips are welcome, thanks Paul ^-^. I'm lovin this!