Each time I find a new odonata lately it seems to be one of a large number from a new mass eclosing. There were dozens of these all along the roadside at Moosehorn Pond last Friday morning.
Swamp Spreadwing-Lestes vigilax male. Quite a few were flying from seed head to seed head before this one settled down for a few moments allowing a couple of shots.
I came across this male at the other end of the pond but he was not alone.
After making a couple of images of just the damselfly I tried to get around to the side for a good look at the spider but was not able to get out into the water for a clear shot. Eventually the damselfly flew off and the spider had to look elsewhere for breakfast.