The first weeks of May were very warm and sunny, almost like summer. Optimal conditions for dragonfly hunting, so I was of course out with my camera several times.
More species had now emerged at Rands Fjord. I spotted and photographed several Brachytron pratense and Cordulia aenea, and also a few Coenagrion pulchellum. Many of the Brachytron pratense and Cordulia aenea were newly emerged, resting with the wings folded together.
I have used the past week, which has been rather cold and rainy, to go through the photos and update the photo gallery.