May is one of the most colourful and productive months in the macro photographer's calendar. Trees are in the process of leafing up and the ground flora is well advanced, producing wonderful spreads of colour among the fresh green foliage. It is also an important month for insects, especially dragonflies and damselflies, many of which begin their transformation from their aquatic life, (which can be anything from one to three years depending on species), to one as a terrestrial winged insect solely for the purpose of reproduction.
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