Can you see the dragon fly on the vine? I was walking down the sandy road that rings a field and leads to my house when I spotted him. Or her. He, or she, didn't say.
I snagged a photo. The delicacy that is a dragonfly's wing amazes me. They are see-through. Just veins and membranes. A series of tissue held together by what? Some glue that can breathe? These wings are designed perfectly for flight. For lift, take off, quick and sudden turns, and landings.
These wings are just what the dragonfly needs to do what a dragonfly does. Can you see it? Perfection is in those wings.
On a side note, I haven't posted a blog in a while because I've been working on a book. My book of reflective essays is due out later this year. I'm back to writing and posting my routine reflections, here. Maybe once or twice or month. I hope you find these reflections worthy of reading and sharing.