Even insects feel shy sometimes. Deal, Kent-based photographer Tony Flashman captured this awesome image of a bashful damselfly playing peek-a-boo from behind a blade of grass in the meadows at Fordwich Lakes, near Canterbury, Kent. “‘This little fly.
Greek Damselfly, damselflies can be found in freshwater habitats from temporary pools to waterfalls, but individual species occupy only habitats within a certain range of water speeds. IT'S SOOOO BEAUTIFUL! LOOK AT IT!
You can tell the difference between a damselfly and a dragonfly by how they rest on a plant or flower. The dragonfly will keep its wings open, while the damsel fly closes its against their back. Damselflies also look more delicate!