I had a bit of annual leave and got my camera back from repairs so decided to spend a morning taking some photographs. I found a nearby stream and set up a camping chair and just waited and watched the wildlife and occasionally took some photos. Whilst enjoying the tranquility I came across this damselfly which landed on a nearby rock and took some photos. This is a stack of about 8-10 photos which were taken handheld in quick succession and stacked in Helicon focus before being finished off in Lightroom CC. Camera settings were 1/1000 sec, f/5.0, ISO 640, and I used the Sony A7R 4 and the Sigma 150mm Macro. I am not great with species ID but I believe this is an Australian / Common Flatwing (Austroargiolestes icteromelas) based on the morphology.

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