ID: Clear winged Forest glory(Vestalis gracilis)
One of the biggest form of damsefly, usually seen along the forest area of the Southern India, these beauties, atleast in my encounters, are seen close to some water source, and this particular one, with the extended monsoon, was just a few meters away from the massive water body. Rather there were atleast three of them that preferred this part of the area and kept on flying off and settling back on the tip of the leaf. With the covering of the tree, the background, with high illumination from the sun's light, brought in an interesting drama for the frame.
Canon 100mm macro
F/4.5(to get the round bokeh)
Handheld, External flash fired(fill in)
Location: Chowki, kasargoad, Kerala